Damian Marley heading to Jozi for one night only

2017-05-17 11:59
 

Cape Town - As excitement builds for his performance at The Zakifo Music Festival in Durban, Damian "JR.Gong" Marley has announced that he will be treating Jozi fans to a show as well.

The show will be taking place at The Groove Live in Newtown on Friday 26 May at 19:00. The support artist at the venue formerly known as The Bassline is Lesotho hip hop act Kommanda Obbs. Tickets are R500 via Computicket.

Damian is also set to play at The Zakifo Music Festival which is taking place in Durban from 26-28 May. He performs on Sunday the 28th at 20:00 at the festival that over the three days features Thandiswa Mazwai, Ray Phiri, Bongeziwe, Baloji, Petite Noir, Bombino, Jojo Abot, The Soil, Nova Twins, Tiggs Da Author and more.

Damian is currently in the studio working on his upcoming album Stony Hill. Medication, the first single off the album, featuring Stephen ‘Ragga’ Marley is out now. 

 

Damian Robert Nesta Marley, also known around the world as “Junior Gong” and more recently as “Gongzilla” was born in 1978 to parents Bob Marley and Cindy Breakspeare, Miss World 1976. As a young adult, he developed a passion and a gift to speak for those who cannot always speak for themselves. A self-proclaimed ‘Spiritual Revolutionary’, Damian has worked assiduously to carve his own niche in music history and to add a new perspective to the Marley legacy for the 21st century. 

 

Damian’s hit single Welcome to Jamrock was listed as one of the Top 100 Songs of the Decade by Rolling Stone, and at the 2006 Grammy Awards, he won Best Reggae Album and Best Urban/Alternative Performance for Welcome to Jamrock. Damian is the only Jamaican reggae artist in history to win two Grammy Awards on the same night. He is also the only reggae artist to win in the Best Urban/Alternative Performance category at the Grammy Awards.
 

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