In stores today, the new Ziggy Marley album, simply titled, Ziggy Marley In Concert, finds the reggae artist and his band in an especially tight groove from years of touring internationally.
Perfect for being jammed on the new Chant portable Bluetooth speakers or Rise Up over-ear headphones, Ziggy and his band exemplify what they do best by playing taut live renditions of hits like “Justice,” “Love Is My Religion” and “True To Myself.”
Keeping the #LiveMarley spirit alive, Ziggy shines a spotlight on his father’s legacy by covering two classic Bob Marley tracks. Jamming spiritedly on “War” and “Is This Love,” the new Ziggy Marley album shows that there will always be a place for his father’s timeless music in today’s world.
Ziggy’s next project sees him setting his sights on a one man solo album, but not before working on a charitable endeavor with the Rotary International’s End Polio Now campaign. Prior to the next Ziggy Marley album, the Jamaican artist will be donating his song “Personal Revolution” to a new benefit record. Having helped in the fight to eradicate the disease from Jamaica, Ziggy is hoping these new efforts can help achieve the same result in Africa.
Working to keep the ideals of his father alive, Ziggy Marley and the House of Marley have found that through philanthropy, passionate music and an upbeat spirit, it’s possible to make an impact on this planet.