Bob Marley – Famous Jamaican Entertainer and His Pop Art Idol

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Bob Marley has become a well-know icons and the most recognizable Jamaican entertainer of the world because of his dreadlocks and unique songs. His join into the international scenery has made him the man who is the most valuable to the Jamaicans and of course, he was the one who helped popularize the Rastafarian Movement during the 1970s using his popular musics and became a symbol of “Rasta values and beliefs.”

Bob Marley

Bob Marley Pop Art Painting

It was on February 6, 1945 when Robert Nesta Marley was born at a small village in Saint Anne, Jamaica. Growing up without seeing much of his father who was then working as a sea captain, the death of his mother has deeply affected the young Bob Marley who was just ten years old during that time.

Bob Marley grew up independently and has no doubt tried to discover his potentials on his own. At 14, he dropped out of school to give more attention to the thing that he loves doing the most, music. And perhaps, the friendships that he was able to made at that time has greatly influenced him to lead the path that he chose to take.

Bob Marley became successful with the other members of “The Wailers” but unquestionably, his star shone the brightest when he chose to lead a music career as a solo artist. He became one of Jamaica’s most-loved musicians and his being a political activist made his name stand-out even more. The type of music and his remarkable accomplishments made it possible for the name “Bob Marley” to live even after the artist’s death.

The popularity of Bob Marley can easily be felt thru the pop art creations that are widely used by many people and with the colorful nature that can be attributed to the Bob Marley trademark, there is no question that owning a piece will allow you to enjoy the legacy that Bob Marley has left and though always imitated, there is no other personality who can duplicate the feats of such celebrated man and owning a Bob Marley pop art can easily connect you to the person who made a difference in other people’s lives thru his music.


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