Bob Marley's real name was Robert Nesta Marley.

Bob Marley's favourite soccer team was Brazil. 

Bob Marley's iconic song "No Woman, No Cry" was inspired by his experiences growing up in Trench Town, a poor neighbourhood in Kingston, Jamaica.

Bob Marley's album "Exodus" was named Album of the Century by Time magazine in 1999. 

Bob Marley was a committed Rastafarian and deeply spiritual.  

Bob Marley had a profound love for soccer. 

Bob Marley's album "Legend" is the best-selling reggae album of all time, with over 15 million copies sold in the United States alone. 

Bob Marley was a talented guitarist and is known for popularising the use of the rhythm guitar in reggae music. 

Bob Marley survived an assassination attempt in 1976, just two days before he was scheduled to perform at a peace concert in Jamaica.

Bob Marley's song "One Love" was designated as the song of the millennium by the BBC. 

Bob Marley's final words to his son Ziggy were, "Money can't buy life." 

Bob Marley's legacy extends beyond music.