Stephen Robert Nesta
"Raggamuffin" Marley (born April 20, 1972 in Wilmington, Delaware) is an American musician and the son of reggae legend Bob Marley and Rita Marley.
Stephen Marley was part of the reggae group Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers with his siblings Ziggy, Cedella, and Sharon. In 1980, at age 8, Stephen took lead vocals on "Sugar Pie", which he also performed live at the 1982 Jamaica World Music Festival in Montego Bay.
Stephen produced much of his brother Damian Marley's three solo albums, most notably 2005's Welcome to Jamrock, where he was featured on the tracks "All Night," "Pimpa's Paradise," "For the Babies," and "Hey Girl." He also produced for brother Julian Marley, and executive produced and performed on the 1999 Bob Marley mash-up, "Chant Down Babylon".
Stephen currently lives in Miami, Florida, where he has a home and a recording studio called "Lion's Den." He is confirmed to have had 10 children. His sons are Joseph Marley, Stephan Marley, Yohan Marley, Jeremiah Marley and Binghi Marley; and his daughters are Summer Marley, Shacia Marley, Mystic Marley, Zipporah Marley and Nyah Marley.