Freedom Fighter hits the social media: Bob Marley’s Vibrance

Bob Marley’s eighth episode of legacy series is out now in YouTube. This episode called “Freedom Fighter” begins with the saying:

“You change if you change from Babylon to Rasta, but you can’t change from Rasta to anything. 

When the truth in you, you can’t do anything but accept the truth.”

– Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley, more popularly known as Bob Marley made his position too prominent with his ability to experience music and spirituality at the same time. 

Here comes one more beautiful and at the same time, powerful new episode titled as “Freedom Fighter” has been released in the social media.

Documentary Insights

This series is a vibrant outcome of the interviews of myriad people like directors, writers, social activists and artists. Bob Marley’s unique talent lies in combining all those talks and music. 

Through his song, he meticulously brings together their valuable words. They all give their opinions on the period of trouble, pain, longtime struggles and prolonged ordeals undergone by their bosom people, brothers and sisters for these long years. 

In addition to, this episode also delineates the present-day social happenings including the confinement of African – Americans in the United States of America. It also gives voice over the movements such as Black Lives Matter and The People’s Budget movement.

Members of this powerful episode “Freedom Fighter”:

The leader of the rap group Public Enemy Chuck-D is the narrator of this whole episode.

Tauheed Epps, socially called 2 Chainz.

James Todd Smith, professionally called as LL Cool J.

A producer, an actress and “Nine Days” fame Yandy Smith.

African – American Muslim Minister Malcolm X, the one who gave active participation during Civil Rights Movement.

Another famous American Civil Rights Activist, Mary Hooks.

Aya de Leon, the author of famous books of “Side Chick Nation” “Uptown Thief.” She also shines as a hip-hop theatre artist.

Jamila T Davis, the author of popular books like “The High Price: I had to pay” “She’s All Caught Up.” She also works as a motivational speaker.

Dani McClain, the popular reporter.

Talks from Ferrell Scott and Corvain Cooper

Neville Garrick, a graphic artist and a person closely acquainted with Bob Marley.

Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records.

The episode also includes the family members like Cedella Marley, Donisha Prendergast, Ky-Mani Marley, and Ziggy Marley.

In addition to, this episode also has a performance given by the American hip-hop duo EarthGang.

Here is quick view 

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