The Marley Legacy lives on
Stephen “Ragga” Marley
The youngest son of Rita and Bob’s, Stephen has followed in his father’s footsteps with music, performing on stage with his dad as early as eight years old and also taking part with Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers.
All four of his albums since 2007 have peaked at #1 on the US Reggae charts. You may have seen him this year performing his song “Options” with Pitbull on The Late Show With Jimmy Fallon.
He was also vital in his younger brothers’ musical careers, especially Damian, by helping out as a producer.
Robert “Robbie” Marley
Born in 1972, Robbie’s mother was Pat Williams. The eldest of the “next-gen” Marleys, Robbie pursued interests in graphic design and motorcycles. Now he has hands in many facets of the family business.
Rohan caught his father’s sports bug and played high school and college football in his youth. He actually played alongside Dwayne Johnson, Ray Lewis, and Warren Sapp during his days at the University of Miami.
Now he is the chairman of Marley Coffee, a spokesman for House of Marley, and father of seven. His son Nico recently graduated as Tulane University’s top football prospect and was invited to training camp with the Washington Redskins.
He also has five other children with musician Lauren Hill, including his daughter Selah who is working as a blossoming fashion model.