Name: Skip Marley
Birthday: June 4, 1996
Fav Dish: Mashed Potato
Skip Marley (born 4 June 1996) is a Jamaican singer-songwriter. He is the son of Cedella Marley, and maternal grandson of Bob Marley.
Marley was born in Kingston, Jamaica to Cedella Marley and David Minto, and raised in Miami, Florida. Growing up, he taught himself to play the piano, drums, guitar, and bass.
In 2015, he released his first single, “Cry to Me”, and a second single called “Life” under the Tuff Gong label. He later signed with Blue Mountain Music, and joined his uncles Damian and Stephen on their Catch a Fire tour.
In early 2016, he was featured in a Gap 1969 Denim campaign. In early 2017, Marley signed to Island Records. Marley released his debut single under Island Records, “Lions”, in February 2017. He is featured on, and co-wrote, Katy Perry’s 2017 single “Chained to the Rhythm”. The two performed the song at the 59th Grammy Awards on February 12, 2017 and also at the 2017 Brit Awards on 22 February.