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He spent his childhood between Jamaica and England, learning instruments like keyboard, drums, bass, and guitar.
Marley was only 13 years old when he travelled to Israel in 1988. Marley views himself as a very religious man who follows the faiths of Rastafari and Christianity. He was in the country to perform and he states, "it was spiritually uplifting" to be able to see where Christ came from. Many of the Marley family have visited Jerusalem before but this was the first time Marley was invited to perform at the Barby Club in Tel Aviv during his global tour. Marley had no problems at all performing in Israel because he wanted to tackle issues in a different way while during that time there were many boycotts in the country. He states, "It's great to travel all around the world because there is no place that the message of love is not needed." Marley believes and expressed good vibes and intentions. He is always speaking of spreading the message of love through his music. Marley believes the importance to travel the world and spreading love through his religion. While he travelled through Europe, he used his music to be an antidote to some of the hatred and terrorism that has occurred there.
Marley's childhood was spent between England and Jamaica. Musical from an early age, he learned to play the keyboard, drums, bass, guitar, among other instruments. Along with his brothers Ziggy Marley and Stephen Marley, he became involved with Ghetto Youth International, a production company, in 1989. Marley released a solo album, Lion in the Morning, in 1996 and embarked on a world tour. He and his brother Damian Marley toured with the Lollapalooza festival in 1997. His second album, A Time and Place, was released in 2003. In 2008, the Jamaican government invited Marley and the Uprising band to represent Jamaica and perform at the Beijing Olympics. His third album, Awake (released in 2009), was nominated for a prestigious Grammy Award in the Best Reggae Album category. In 2011, he participated in Mawazine festival that took place at [[Rabat, Morocco]. In January 2013, he performed a reggae concert in Dhaka, Bangladesh. In August 2013 he performed at the Fêtes de Genève in Geneva, Switzerland.
He is the only son of Bob Marley born in the UK. Marley was raised by his mother, Lucy Pounder in England and would make frequent trips to Jamaica to visit his brothers. Growing up, he was surrounded by a musical atmosphere, which helped him quickly develop and adopt into the musical lifestyle. At an early age, he taught himself how to master the bass, drums, guitar, and keyboards. By the age of five, Marley had recorded his first demo at the family home of the Marley's in Kingston, Jamaica. While growing up, Marley lived between England and Jamaica and eventually he found himself creating a home base in Miami, Florida where the family owned their own studio called The Lions Den. Although Marley was a Jamaican at heart, he is said to credit his British upbringing as a major influence on his music. Marley reflects: "I feel privileged to be part of the musical roots that my father, Bob Marley, laid in England. I look forward to relate the cultural gifts and musical creations that he has bestowed on me.” In 1993, Marley moved to Jamaica to be closer to his brothers. By making that move, it inspired the Marley Brothers to form their own musical path. They created the group called the Ghetto Youths Crew which was formed by Julian, Stephen, Damian, and Kymani Marley. The project showed to be such a success that the brothers toured the United States for three years. Marley, also known as "Ju Ju" Marley will remain a spiritual soul with a musical visionary that he will embark on an international mission. Marley stated, "I do not plan the next step, I just continue on with Jah Works and somehow things will just come together naturally that way."
In 1996, Marley released his debut album titled Lion in the Morning. That first album helped launch him into the public eye. The album was recorded at Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston, Jamaica. Marley created Lion in the Morning to reflect on his roots and heritage which he is very proud of. The album features a wide range of popular musicians from Owen "Dreddie" Reid, Earl Chinna Smith, Tyron Downie, Stephen Marley, Cedella Marley and Sharon Marley, among others. The record was followed by a successful international tour with The Uprising. Some of the tour stops from his tour were Jamaica’s Sumfest and Sunsplash Show, Marley Magic family performance at Central Park Summer Stage Concert Series in New York, and also territories like Brazil, Japan, and Mexico. Marley also got the opportunity to work with his brother Damian at the Lollapalooza Tour.
Marley and his brothers officially incorporated Ghetto Youths International Inc. in 2002. The label allowed all the brothers to work closely with each other on musical collaborations. This also allowed them to produce and release various works featuring many artists to include their own material for the Ghetto Youths imprint. It successfully carried on the Marley tradition, which lets music communicate to a global audience. The following year, Marley got the opportunity to unite and perform with all his brothers at the Roots Rock Reggae Festival in the United States. Along with the Marley family they also went to perform at the "Africa Unite" in Ethiopia in 2005, in Ghana in 2006, and Jamaica in 2008. With the invitation of the Jamaican government, The Uprising and Julian Marley performed at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China and celebrated with Usain Bolt, a Gold medal-winner runner from Jamaica.
Marley had a daughter, born in 2007, who died in 2019 as a result of a brain tumour.
Marley is a humanitarian and continues to build charitable missions and still contributes to the Ghetto Youths Foundation in the spirit of his father. He enjoys giving back to the youths in various communities whether it is playing with the children at the football fields in London or offering his free time with benefit concerts. In February 2010, Marley and his brother Kymani Marley produced a "Miami for Haiti" benefit show which raised money towards the Haitian relief efforts alongside the Ghetto Youths Foundation by their side.
His fourth album, As I Am, was released on 25 January 2019, and received a nomination for a Grammy Award in the Best Reggae Album category.
Julian was born into the famous Marley family of reggae musicians. Julian's brothers Ziggy, Stephen, and Damian also had careers as musicians.
|#2||Damian Marley||Brother||$20 Million||N/A||42||Reggae Singer|
|#3||Ky-Mani Marley||Brother||$5 Million||N/A||44||Reggae Singer|
|#4||Rohan Marley||Brother||$20 Million||N/A||48||Reggae Singer|
|#5||Stephen Marley||Brother||$20 Million||N/A||48||Reggae Singer|
|#6||Ziggy Marley||Brother||$10 Million||N/A||52||Reggae Singer|
|#7||Bob Marley||Father||$32 Million||N/A||53||Media|
|#12||Cedella Marley||Sister||$1 Million (Approx.)||N/A||53||Singers|
|#13||Sharon Marley||Sister||$1 Million (Approx.)||N/A||56||Reggae Singer|
Currently, Julian Marley is 47 years, 5 months and 26 days old. Julian Marley will celebrate 48th birthday on a Sunday 4th of June 2023. Below we countdown to Julian Marley upcoming birthday.