Bob Marley Day in Toronto is a time to celebrate and commemorate a beloved artist. Bob Marley promoted peace, world unity and his music expressed his devotion to Rastafarian culture and his love for his hometown. Jamaican influences are littered in his lyrics and his legacy.
The Jamaican flag colors in particular resonate with people. The vibrant yellow, red and green color combination can be found adorned on merchandise from watches to hats. Bob Marley's essence is hugely associated with Jamaica and the lovely people who inhabit and promote Bob's mentality.
This list of Jamaican influences pays homage to a visionary artist and encourages the promotion of peace and world unity. Bob Marley Day in Toronto will surely be a day to celebrate and give thanks.
20 Powerful Jamaican Influences
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Rasta-Inspired Camouflage Campaigns
Real Rock N' Roll Portraits
Contagious Car Commercials
Rockin' Rastafarian Headphones
Highlighter High Tops
In Honor of Bob Marley Day in Toronto
Feb 6, 2013By: Katie Pagnotta -