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For Grammy award-winning musician and humanitarian, Ziggy Marley, the oldest son of Bob Marley, there were revealing moments in the film about things that he hadn’t heard or seen before that he found very moving. Were there any mysteries that were unlocked about your dad during the process of making this movie or things you discovered that you didn’t know about him? Then, he went to Germany, and we never knew anything from there until he came back to Miami which is when we saw him. I get that from him that music is a spiritual thing. I learned that from him, that music is from God and the message is from God. I refer to him as Bob now because he’s Bob now to me. We still have a relationship with our father spiritually in that invisible world that we have. I think the song that I heard soon after that was “We’ll be forever loving Jah,” that song reminds me of that time then and what he was singing. I was on my elementary school team and they had a “parents versus students” game. While a lot of concert films and biographies have been done on his father’s life as a reggae legend and one of the most iconic musicians of the 20 we sat down with Ziggy and his brother, Robbie, to talk about the enduring nature of their father’s fame and the undying messages that go beyond his music and make Bob Marley a cultural force that’s still to be reckoned with more than 30 years after his passing. ZM: For me, a couple of points – the race issue, the color of his skin being an issue, and the time he spent in Germany. I saw him in New York before he went to Germany, but that whole German period, we didn’t know what was going on. For a lot of people who may know the music, the film will be an introduction to the man, not the icon. We believe in the almighty and we believe in God and that music is from God and we’re inspired by God to give messages and ideas to people. Each of his children that were featured in the movie called him by different things. Our relationship continues still and we reach a point in our relationship where it’s cool for me to say Bob. I would probably do something with Bob on an album. It’s sad when I listen to it now because it’s kind of melancholy. So, the video out of Baltimore of the mama smacking her son around when she found him rabble-rousing with violent protesters reminded me of just how sick I am of parents condoning violence. But the way she went about it — pushing, shoving, hitting, and slapping her son in the face — left me with a sick feeling in my stomach. This "awesome" #momoftheyear was out there to STOP her kid from being part of the violence, right? I do sincerely believe that was her intention and I can't even imagine the fear and anger she felt in that moment.RM: There was one time when me and Steve were fighting and I got a smacking, and then later on he came to me under the table, and he was just telling us that brothers shouldn’t fight and brothers should love one another.

We just want people to be given some perspective on the music and give them some sort of emotional connection to Bob. But, within the music industry and within the industry of the critiques of music, where it becomes “Ziggy’s music is not as good as Bob’s music,” I don’t understand. We’re just trying to be ourselves and express ourselves how we feel. Would you ever consider doing a show like that with a hologram of your dad? The actress and lifestyle guru enforces a strict low-carb, gluten-free diet for the whole fam."Every single nutritionist, doctor and health-conscious person I have ever come across ...delivers a depth of information and insights that would have been impossible without the kind of cooperation the Marley family offered by opening up their hearts, minds and memories to Academy Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald. And being over there and playing football, everything is there including the spanking and all that good stuff. In what ways has your father influenced you as an artist? Their expansive interviews and the unparalleled and unrestricted access to a trove of archival imagery mean that this compelling documentary will stand as the one definitive record of the Bob Marley legacy. I mean, we knew he was sick, but we didn’t know what illness it was or how serious it was. He was very lively, very spirited, making jokes and just very active. Him trying to feed me some of those disgusting juices they used to drink. It was natural juices that I drink now, but at that age I didn’t. ZM: As an artist, I feel that his biggest influence is me realizing that music has a purpose and it’s not just for business and that music is spiritual. Is there a song that for you is either hard to listen to or that you love to listen to where you go “That’s my dad. ZM: I think when Daddy, I say Daddy now, passed away, I think “Uprising” was out. I was like “Leave him, I’ll tackle him, I’ll tackle him. ZM: So Robby was there when there was the assassination attempt. While you’re here, tell me, because I never asked you this.