"I, Stephen Robert Nesta "Ragga Muffin" Marley was born to Bob and Rita Marley on April 20, 1972 in Delaware….I was born there, but went home to Jamaica."
Originally formed at the request of their mother, Rita Marley, The Melody Makers was comprised of vocalist/guitarist Ziggy, vocalist/guitarist/drummer Stephen, vocalists Cedella and Sharon.Play video
"In 1980 my brother Ziggy and I performed on stage with our father at a free concert at Rufaro Stadium in Salisbury, Zimbabwe, to honor the nation's Independence Celebration. It was the first time I realized that the music we do is more than just music, to some people as it defined their indepedence."Play video
In 1981 Stephen notably sang "Sugar Pie" with the Melody Makers at the annual Reggae Sunsplash concert in Jamaica.Play video
Stephen and his sibblings performed "What A Plot" at the Annual Reggae Sunsplash.Play video
"Tomorrow People" Official video debuted in 1988 off the Conscious Party album.Play video
Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers perform their hit "Tumblin' Down".Play video
For the Conscious Party album by Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers.
Stephen and his siblings perform the hit "Look Whose Dancing" on the Arsenio Hall show.Play video
For the One Bright Day album by Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers.
Released in 1994 on Joy and Blues, "Brothers and Sisters" was a global hit for the Melody Makers.Play video
"Postman" is one the Melody Makers' most well-known tracks, with Stephen Marley singing lead vocals.Play video
For the Fallen is Babylon album by Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers.
In 2000, the group released their live album "Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers Live, Vol. 1" featuring One Good Spliff.Play video
In 1999 Stephen produced the album Chant Down Babylon featuring Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, Busta Rhymes, the Roots, The Marley family and more.Play video
Stephen worked with his brother Damian Marley's on the Halfway Tree album.Play video
For Damian Marley's Halfway Tree album
Stephen worked with his brother Damian Marley on Welcome to Jamrock.Play video
Stephen worked with his brother Damian Marley on "All Night" featured on Welcome to Jamrock.Play video
For Damian Marley's Welcome to Jamrock album.
In 2007 Stephen debuted his solo album Mind Control.
From Stephen Marley's debut Solo album Mind Control, "Traffic Jam" features his brothers Damian and Julian Marley.Play video
For his album Mind Control.
"Hey Baby" originally featuring Mos Def, is another track from Mind Control.Play video
Live from the Bonaroo festival, Stephen performs "Let her Dance" from Mind Control.Play video
In 2008 Stephen released Mind Control Acoustic.Play video
In 2008 Stephen and his brothers came together to perform at the annual Smile Jamaica concert in honour of the life and legacy of the Hon. Robert Nesta Marley.Play video
For his album Mind Control Acoustic.
“Made In Africa” features a Wale verse and choirs from the cast of Fela!Play video
This live performance featuring Jamaican artist Capleton, "Break us Apart" is one of Stephen's more mellow tracks from his third solo album.Play video
Recorded with R&B Singer Melanie Fiona.Play video
"Jah Army" was recorded with Stephen's brother Damian Marley and Buju Banton.Play video
For his album Revelation Part 1: The Root of Life.
The first compilation for their Ghetto Youths International label - Set Up Shop. Vol. 1.Play video
The first Ghetto Youths International Tour featuring their current artists; Wayne Marshall, Jo Mersa, Black-Am-I and Christopher Ellis.Play video
"Rock Stone" debuted in 2014 as a prelude to Stephen's upcoming album Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life.Play video
The second compilation for their Ghetto Youths International label - Set Up Shop. Vol. 2.Play video
Ghetto Boy featuring Bounty Killer and Cobra debuted as a single, from the Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life.Play video