Humble, honest, loyal, authentic. Ky-Mani Marley, the son of the legendary reggae icon Bob Marley, became interested in music in his early teenage years. He published his first album “Like Father Like Son” in 1996 and with that, he starts building his reputation in the reggae music industry. A year later, he joins forces with Pras Michael from the Fugees in a great collaboration of Electric Avenue from Eddie Grant. His third album “Many More Roads”, published in 2001 got nominated for a Grammy, and “Radio” – his fifth studio album was on the top of the Billboard Reggae Chart in 2007. His “Maestro” album was the first edited on his own label Konfrontation Muzik Group and in 2017 he published “Conversations” together with Gentleman. Because of the mix of hip-hop, reggae, blues, rock sounds, Ky-Mani’s music can’t fit in just one genre – that’s why he is often called “an artist with no borders”. Through “Ghetto Soldier”, “Dear Dad”, “I Pray”, “Rasta Love”, “I Got You” and many other famous songs, in July he will share with us his unique life story.