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Bob’s grandson Jo Mersa Marley releases new COMFORTABLE EP on iTunes

06.10.2014

Jun 10 - Jo Mersa

Bob Marley’s grandson (Stephen Marley‘s son) Jo Mersa Marley has just put out his debut EP, COMFORTABLE, through the Marley record label, Ghetto Youths International.

The seven-song release includes a new remix of the title track (feat. Wayne Marshall), as well as the original version released in GYI’s Set Up Shop, Volume 1 (music video below).

Jo, who just wrapped a stint opening for his father’s “Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life Tour,” is honored to carry on the family’s legacy. “My father calls my grandfather a magician because he was the only man who could bring peace to his country [during Jamaica's political skirmishes of the 1970s] and that’s a lot of power, influence. It’s magic, but I don’t let it get to my head,” Jo said in a statement. “He made a big step for Jamaican music and it’s time for me to add my works to it, to build on it. I am just getting started; I am just getting Comfortable.”

Get Jo Mersa’s debut EP today on iTunes and Spotify.

  • Thom Duppstadt

    I love the music. I am looking to purchase this EP but I can’t find it anywhere. Not on iTunes. The link posted here to Spotify is for listening to the music but not for purchase.