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Album: Wild and Free (2011)
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  • A variety of themes run through pop-reggae artist Ziggy Marley's fourth solo album, Wild and Free, including "changes and revolution." However the idea behind the disc's first single lies closer to home, as it was inspired by the singer's wife, Orly. "Social revolutions and group revolutions are good and we need that," Marley told Billboard magazine, "but we also need personal revolution, revolution within ourselves that change who we are as people."

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