Joseph Marley, the eldest son of eight-time Grammy winner Stephen Marley and second grandchild of reggae legend Bob Marley, died at the age of 31 in the vehicle on Tuesday, December 27, A cause of death was not disclosed, although South Florida radio station WZPP reported that the artist died of an asthma attack.
Jo Mersa Marley was born on March 12, 1991, in Kingston, Jamaica
He died of an asthma attack, reported South Florida radio station WZPP
He was the grandson of reggae legend Bob Marley
Joseph Marley was born in Kingston on March 12, 1991, and the third generation of Marley grew up surrounded by music, performing on stage at the age of 4 with Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers – his father, his uncle Ziggy and his Aunts Cedella and Sharon – during this group’s concert finals. At the age of 11 he moved to Florida where he studied studio engineering and watched his father and uncle Damian Marley at work in Stephens Lion’s Den Studio.
Joseph made his official music debut in 2010 with “My Girl,” a collaboration with his older cousin Daniel Bambaata Marley, which was released on the Marley family’s record label Ghetto Youths International and produced by his father. The breakthrough track “Bad So” followed in 2012, and his debut EP “Comfortable” was released in 2014.
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