New herbal blend to be released by Privateer Holdings in tribute to the musical legend.
It seems reggae legend Bob Marley's life-long passion is being embraced in the best way imaginable, as a brand new collection of legal marijuana is set to be unveiled in his name. Well, it was only a matter of time.
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Marley Natural is the official blend of Jamaican pot developed by Privateer Holdings in partnership with the family of Bob Marley. The private equity firm is well-known for its investments regarding legal and medical cannabis and now unveil the new brand in honour of the 'No Woman, No Cry' singer's beliefs about the benefits of the drug.
As a teen Bob moved from the countryside to the slums of Trenchtown, outside Kingston, where he was confronted by his mixed-race roots (his father was a British Marine). In the 1960s, his ska band The Wailers found success in Jamaica. Then in 1972, Island Records founder Blackwell started promoting The Wailers as a rebellious rock act, leading to global celebrity. Over the next decade, Marley's life included world tours, a re-formed band line-up and a series of huge hits. In 1981, he died after a brief battle with long-existing cancer.
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