Capleton Shares How Bob Marley’s Vibe Makes Him a ‘Different Kind of Human’

The Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist believes Marley’s prolific songs, like “War,” are what set him apart from other musicians of his time.

Capleton, a reggae luminary in his own right, deeply admires Bob Marley as a fellow artist and shares a spiritual connection with him through their Rastafarian beliefs. With collaborations alongside renowned artists like Sizzla and DJ Khaled, Capleton's international success soared with early 2000 hits like "Slew Dem." 

Singer Naomi Cowan Believes Bob Marley’s Legacy as a Songwriter Is the Super Power Behind His Vast Legacy

"Bob Marley is a different type of human being. He was born with a special aura to unite the world," said Capleton, who also speaks to BET about unraveling the profound messages embedded in Marley's music that continue to resonate around the world.

Click on the video of Capleton below to learn more.

“Bob Marley: One Love” will be released in theaters on February 14.

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