Got to face the day no matter the consequence World ain`t getting better, ain`t no improvement Everywhere you go that`s another problem
He is very much present, his spirit is very much here, but not in a superficial way. He lives through us,
Your body`s just a vehicle, transporting the soul. It`s what`s inside of people, is beauty to behold.
There must be pain before healing. So in that way, the music is revolutionary, because it tells the truth.
Fear not of evil Everyday dem flesh it grow old Changes of the time take the toll.
(By entering the family business of music he followed many of his siblings including elder brothers Stephen, Ziggy, Julian and Ky-Mani and sisters Sharon and Cedella. They frequently perform together and in 1992, Ziggy and Stephen formed Ghetto Youths International. So close are the Marley siblings that some joke it is rare to find them on their own.) That`s how we perform. There`s no other way, ... my unit, it`s M-Unit. We don`t do anything alone. It`s always a family effort.
Did you know the pen is stronger than the knife: they can kill you once but they can`t kill you twice.
Did you know destruction of the soul is not the ending to life: Fear not of the Antichrist.
Did you know that I Exist before the earth And did you know my eyes Are windows to the world.
(Marley recognizes the similarities between hip-hop and the reggae music his father helped put on the international map. They are linked by point of origin -- after all, hip-hop formed when Kool Herc fled Jamaica`s mid-Seventies political unrest and headed for the Bronx -- and in terms of their impact.) I love hip-hop music, ... It`s rebel music is how I like to speak about it. Hip-hop and reggae come from the same community as far as class -- they both come from the bottom of society.