Cedella

Cedella Marley

Cedella Marley (born 23 August 1967) is a Jamaican singer, dancer, fashion designer, actress, and entrepreneur. She is the first-born daughter of reggae singers Bob Marley and Rita Marley.

Formed at the request of their father, Bob Marley, it was only after his death that the Melody Makers came into their own. Their vision, however, was similar to their father’s desire to bring people together through music and the Melody Makers’ pop-reggae sound has certainly done that. The band comprises four of Bob Marley’s ten children, vocalist/guitarist Ziggy, vocalist/guitarist/drummer Stephen, vocalist Cedella, and vocalist Sharon. Her young brother Ziggy was the group’s leader, with Stephen often sharing in the songwriting and lead vocals.

The group released over ten albums which includes their Grammy winning albums “Conscious Party“, “One Bright Day“, and “Fallen Is Babylon“. They have scored a number one hit “Tumblin’ Down” along with other successful singles “Tomorrow People”, “Everyone Wants to Be”, “Look Who’s Dancin'”, and “Power to Move Ya”.

In the late 80s and early 90s, Cedella Marley appeared in a few movies, including The Mighty Quinn (1989) starring Denzel Washington, and was the female lead in Joey Breaker (1993) opposite Richard Edson.[1]

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