Bob Marley’s granddaughter wishes late legend worked with Burna Boy

Zuri Marley, the granddaughter of late Jamaican reggae legend Bob Marley, has said Grammy-winning Nigerian singer Burna Boy is the only artist she would have cherished seeing work alongside her grandfather.

She made this known while speaking at the movie premiere of ‘Bob Marley: One Love’ in London recently.
She said she thought about it thoroughly and was convinced Burna Boy was the only artist whose collaboration with her grandfather she would have loved to see.

Miss Marley said: “The person who I would want my grandpa [Bob Marley] to collaborate with is Burna Boy. I had to think about it. I went backstage and I was like, ‘Burna Boy. Africa Unite.”

Two Nigerian artists, Wizkid and Bloody Civilian, were featured in the soundtrack EP of the music biopic ‘Bob Marley: One Love.’


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