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|Birth date:||July 21, 1978|
|Birth place:||Kingston, Jamaica|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession:||Musician, Singer, Artist, Music artist|
|Children:||Christian Marley, Elijah Marley, Miami, FL, United States, Make It Bun Dem, Welcome to Jamrock, Road to Zion|
|Parents:||Cindy Breakspeare, Bob Marley|
|Siblings:||Stephen Marley, Ziggy Marley, Ky-Mani Marley|
|Awards:||Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance, Miami, FL, United States, Make It Bun Dem, Welcome to Jamrock, Road to Zion|
|Nominations:||Grammy Award for Album of the Year, Soul Train Music Award for Best Reggae Artist, Soul Train Music Award for Best Caribbean Performance (CENTRICTV.com), NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Duo or Group, Miami, FL, United States, Make It Bun Dem, Welcome to Jamrock, Road to Zion|
|Movies:||Africa Unite, Jamaican Gold, High Times Greatest Hits, Alicia Keys: Unplugged, Miami, FL, United States|
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Damian Marley Net Worth $20 Million
American reggae artist Damian Marley comes with an estimated net worth of $20 million in 2013. He is best recognized as the son of the artist Bob Marley who expired when Damian was years of age. At age 13, Damian Marley already began his career as a reggae artist. He started out with all the musical group Shephards. When the group disbanded, Marley pursued his own solo career.
In 1996, he released Mr. Marley, his debut album. Five years later, his second album titled Halfway Tree was introduced into the industry. The album stayed in the reggae album charts for 158 weeks. In addition, it won him the Best Reggae Album award in the 2002 Grammy Awards.
In 2005, Welcome to Jamrock was released. The album was chosen by the Rolling Stone among its Top 100 Songs of the Decade. Furthermore, it peaked at #55 on USBillboardHot 100 graph, and #13 on UK Singles Chart. The album also won him the Best Reggae Album and Best Urban/Alternative Performance in the 2009 Grammy Awards. A certified gold record holder, the album sold more than 86,000 copies on its first week of launch.