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Album Review

While several of reggae legend Bob Marley's children have touched on his classic, roots-soaked sound in their own musical endeavors, perhaps none has ever waded as deeply into those waters as his youngest son, Ky-Mani. And on Many More Roads, the 21-year-old singer offers a sometimes stunning approximation of his late, great father, turning in a sophomore album that's the most impressive effort by any Marley in ages. The comparison between the youngster and his dad is easiest made on the leadoff track, "Who Are We", where that familiar-sounding voice is surrounded by chirping female backing vocals that recall Bob's longtime backing trio, the I-Threes (that's no accident, as former I-Three Marcia Griffiths is one of the participants). However, the elder Marley's spirit is evident throughout the disc, from tender, lighthearted fare like "Love In De Morning" to the conscious messages of "Valley Of Decision" and "Hailie I." While Ky-Mani shows he's his own man too, by occasionally utilizing dancehall's electronic grooves, this is nothing like the slick, hip-hop flavored stuff he or any of his siblings have tried in the past. In fact, one of the most impressive tricks of Many More Roads is to use such contemporary sounds without ever falling prey to trendiness — they're simply in service to the handsome melodies and timeless sentiments. Many critics have decided that Bob Marley's offspring, for all their evident talent, will never come close to scaling his artistic heights — but this album suggests that no one should carve that judgment in stone just yet.

Customer Reviews


This album represents an authentic body work. Every song grasps you and takes you home. I recommend this album in its entirety. He has given us an amazing representation of what reggae should be. Close your eyes, stay true the talent that is Ky-mani Marley and listen to the album of the year. If you question talent this is the album to erase all doubts and become a believer in the artist and the lyrics he puts down. Buy, Buy, Buy.

another MARLEY to add to your collection

I love Ky-mani! You hear much of Bob in his voice. I love all the Marley boys(and girls). It's music you can listen to no matter what the mood is. The Marley family is a must have for any reggae collection. The great thing about Ky-mani is how he can change it up from rap, dancehall, and just good old fashioned reggae. there is somethimg in his voice that just captures you. "TAKE ME AWAY'.

ky-mani marely and andrew tosh

this album is sick....such strong words like marley and andrew tosh definitly keeping bob and peter's spirit alive threw music...awesome...listen to andrew tosh...he sounds much like easy


Born: February 26, 1976 in Falmouth, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Following in the legacy of his father's footsteps, Ky-Mani Marley continues on with the pop-reggae sound for which his family is known. Stepping into his Jamaican roots, Marley independently released his debut, The Journey, in 1998. It developed a huge following on the reggae charts as well as some dedication from fans of Bob Marley. The following year, The Journey was eventually re-released in the United States. Many More Roads appeared in spring 2001, with Radio following in 2007. Both were released...
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