Join Songkick to track Ky-mani Marley and get concert alerts when they play near you. Be the first to know when they tour near Fischbach, Germany. Marley and his band are there to make people as happy as they possibly can, and give people as much of a good time as humanly possible, and not many songs symbolize a good time quite like the Final Countdown. Again, something very appropriate for a child of Bob but Ky-Mani Marley steps out from the shadow of his father in a big way. He can stand out on his own and the best way of seeing this is to see him live the next chance you get! Read more. Report as inappropriate. The new album Maestro has so many different vibes to it I loved hearing a few tracks live. Always good vibrations seeing The Maestro. When he brought his sons on stage it was awesome to see the young Souljah Boy KJ spit fiyah on da mike.
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Ky-Mani Marley born 26 February  is a Jamaican reggae and hip-hop artist. His name is of East African origin, and means "Adventurous Traveler". In his early youth, Ky-Mani was unaware of his musical abilities, sports being his first love. With his mother's direction, he received piano and guitar lessons and played trumpet in his high school band. As an athlete, he competed in soccer  and American football. While a teenager, Ky-Mani started rapping and deejaying. His first single was "Unnecessary Badness".
Home Bookings Live Acts. In the years that followed Marley has released several albums once again hitting No. He continues to tour the world, playing solo concerts across the globe and often performing alongside his brothers Ziggy, Stephen, Julian and Damian.
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