+ I am not reggae, I am me. I am bigger than the
limits that are put on me. It all has to do with
the individual journey that the individual is
+ Musically the whole world influence me in a
way that, because to me, being a musician is about
being open to the inspirations and open to things
that you probably would never do if you were like
a closed-minded person so, it's not so much that
I took Jazz from this and the jazz from that,
being of open-mind things are easily pulled into
me, so who knows where I get some of these from,
sometimes I don't know they just come out you
+ The more I grow as an artist, the more I think
I become like my father as an artist. The more
I diversify, the more I become like my father,
which is true to who he was. I am more like my
father with this album than with any other album
before. I am expressing myself truthfully. That
is an important thing.
+ Have your own opinion. I have no time to think
if its too commercial. If it is, it is, If it's
not, it's not.
+ As an individual, I've opened up more by traveling
outside Jamaica, and I've been more able to be
open to people and ideas. It helps me to grow
as a person to be outside of my element; to be
on my own in a strange place meeting people. That's
good for me not to be in my secure domain.
+ I realized that the dog and all creatures are
my family. Theyre people with personalities.
They're like you and me. The same thing happens
with a tree. I was in my yard and thought that
the tree was a living being. We take trees for
granted. We dont believe they are as much
alive as we are.
+ Is there any pressure?.. Being the son of Bob
Marley? For twenty years me a hear that question..
And me tell them all the while the same thing.
No. Just live life; just be yourself.. humble.