Ziggy Marley Won Best Reggae Album At The Grammy



ZIGGY Marley bagged another Best Reggae Album Grammy at the 59th staging of the annual awards ceremony at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, yesterday.


The win –– for his self-titled set –– gave the singer his fourth lien in the category as a solo act. He previously won in 2007 ( Love Is My Religion), 2014 ( Ziggy Marley in Concert), and 2015 ( Fly Rasta).

Marley, 48, is the eldest son of reggae legend Bob Marley and Rita Marley. He got the nod over California band Rebelution ( Falling Into Place), Hawaiian singer J Boog ( Rose Petals), and American band SOJA ( Live in Virginia), as well as fellow Jamaicans Sly and Robbie ( Reggae For Her — Sly and Robbie Presents Devin Di Dakta and JL) and Raging Fyah ( Everlasting).

Marley was elated with his latest triumph.

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