Best Reggae Quotes

Best Reggae Quotes - What are some of the best Reggae Quotes you have ever heard or read?

Best Reggae Quotes

The most commonly used one was made by Reggae music legend Bob Marley in some of his songs. Other notable artists who quote are regularly used are Sir Jimmy Cliff and Peter Tosh..

They cover among things quotes about life, family, religion, relationships, leadership and even politics.

Here are few of Bob's most popular quotes:

"Who are you to Judge the Life I Live? I know I'm not perfect and I don't live to be. But, Before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean."

"One Love, One Heart, One Destiny"

"Possession make you rich? I don't have that type of richness. My richness is life." -Bob Marley

"Your life is worth much more than gold."
-Bob Marley

"Today, people struggle to find what's real. Everything has become so synthetic that a lot of people, all they want is to grasp onto hope."
- Bob Marley

"Me, only have one ambition, y’know? I only have one thing I really like to see happen. I like to see mankind live together – black, white, Chinese, everyone – that’s all. "
- Bob Marley

"You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have." Bob Marley

"Money Can't Buy Life" - Bob Marley

"Reggae music doesn't really focus on one thing, you know. If reggae music is speaking about the struggle of people and the suffering, it doesn't mean black people. It means people in general." -  Burning Spear

"I've got to pick myself up Dust myself off And start all over again." - Peter Tosh

"I mean the flesh, never fade! The flesh never leaves the creation, see, because with that divine spirit the flesh cannot fade. If the spirit is weak then the flesh fade, seen?" - Peter Tosh

"It was one of my dreams as a child, growing up in my little village with my cousins. We used to walk together, and I used to say, when you look at the world map, 'This town is there, that town is there, that river is there.' I used to say, 'One day, I'm going to travel these places." - Jimmy Cliff

"There are goals that I had set out for myself as an artist. I have accomplished some of them - becoming accepted all over the world - however, other parts of my goals have not been completed." - Jimmy CliffU

First of all, after Bob, somebody who I felt could have been a big star was Jacob Miller. Bob basically became a rock star in Jamaican music, and Jacob, I felt, could have done the same. He was a big guy, but an incredible personality. Incredible. I mean, I have a picture of Bob and Jacob and myself standing in front of a plane, and you look at it, and you would say that Jacob is the biggest star there without any question. He just had that presence. But then he was killed in a car crash, and things ended before they began. - Chris Blackwell, talking about Jacob Miller

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