Damian Marley's 'Stony Hill' postponed again..?

Reggae | Tuesday 4th April 2017 | Phil

Damian 'Jnr Gong' Marley established himself over a decade ago with the hit 2005 album Welcome to Jamrock, the album that saw him win a Grammy for 'Best Urban/Alternative Performance', a first for a Jamaican artist.

Since then the reggae icon became part of the 'SuperHeavy' (2011) project alongside Mick Jagger and Joss Stone as well as collaborating with NYC rap legend Nas on the album 'Distant Relatives' (2010).

The single 'Nail Pon Cross' is one of the few songs released prior to release of his eagerly anticipated fourth studio album 'Stony Hill' in January 2017. 

However, January arrived and still no album.

Then came the announcement that it had been delayed until Spring 2017.                                                                                                           

Spring has now arrived and still no Stony Hill... So what's going on?

Having watched him smash The Lion's Den stage at Boomtown last year and his London performances a few years back, all we know is that the youngest son of Bob Marley knows what he's doing. So keep your eyes open and ears peeled for more info on Guestlist. 

In the meantime check out his recent interview with Sir David Rodigan for 1xtra below.


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