Revelation Pt. II:

Revelation Pt. II: "The Fruit of Life"

Stephen Marley

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2016-07-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 25

  • ℗ 2016 Ghetto Youths International


Title Artist Time
Intro Stephen Marley 1:49 USD 1.29
Babylon (feat. Junior Reid & D Stephen Marley 4:21 USD 1.29
Revelation Party (feat. Jo Mer Stephen Marley 4:21 USD 1.29
So Unjust (feat. Rakim & Kardi Stephen Marley 4:09 USD 1.29
Prelude Stephen Marley 1:58 USD 1.29
Walking Away Stephen Marley 4:32 USD 1.29
The Lion Roars (feat. Rick Ros Stephen Marley 5:10 USD 1.29
Scars on My Feet (feat. Waka F Stephen Marley 3:34 USD 1.29
Pleasure or Pain (feat. Busta Stephen Marley 4:05 USD 1.29
Perfect Picture (feat. Damian Stephen Marley 5:19 USD 1.29
Father of the Man (feat. Wycle Stephen Marley 4:49 USD 1.29
Music Is Alive (feat. Pain Kil Stephen Marley 3:33 USD 1.29
So Strong (feat. Shaggy) Stephen Marley 3:18 USD 1.29
Thorn or a Rose (feat. Black T Stephen Marley 4:12 USD 1.29
Paradise (feat. Twista & Jasmi Stephen Marley 3:25 USD 1.29
Tonight (It's a Party) [feat. Stephen Marley 4:09 USD 1.29
Ghetto Boy (feat. Bounty Kille Stephen Marley 4:05 USD 1.29
Rock Stone (feat. Capleton & S Stephen Marley 4:37 USD 1.29
When She Dances (feat. Pitbull Stephen Marley 3:59 USD 1.29
It's Alright Stephen Marley 3:35 USD 1.29
Outro Stephen Marley 3:37 USD 1.29
The Lion Roars (feat. Rick Ros Stephen Marley 4:03 USD 1.29
When She Dances (feat. Pitbull Stephen Marley 3:24 USD 1.29
When She Dances (feat. Pitbull Stephen Marley 4:45 USD 1.29


  • Dope not typical Marley Reggae

    By Elijah_D _One
    This sounds like something Sean Paul would do outside a couple of traditional Marley songs..Not typical Reggae Marley album and I'm a big fan of all the Marleys and support them I just wish Stephen would stick to a contemporary Reggae album like Mind Control which is a classic. This for sure isn't close to Revelation part one but a nice take on dancehall, Reggae, hip hop..Too many features just doesn't sound like a Stephen Marley Album more of a compilation.
  • Good shiet

    By Nkl9248
    Great songs, great album, great family
  • Great Album

    By Jamrock21
    What is wrong with people? There's over 21 songs on this album. 1 has Waka Flocka as a feature (who is now a vegan) among others. It's a great album, a little bit of the old infused with a little bit of the new. Bob would NOT be disgusted. His sons are musical geniuses IN A DIFFERENT TIME who are keeping his name and legacy alive. Great album! And me a real jamaican so seh sumn no
  • Represented the Marley legacy right!!!!!

    By Zone8don
    Superb production,tight collabo's, profound lyrics, ⚡️LIVITY⚡️, I would say album of the year as well. Quality product, relevant, real, raw! Represent Ragga!!!
  • No No No No for the HipHop And R&B section

    By Likkleman1
    Up to all the reggae songs... Ghetto Boys....
  • Good stuff

    By Lip15
    Great album...great colabos 👍🏽
  • Music is Alive

    By Link-KA
    Love the mix
  • The fruit of life!

    By Iron Lion 79
    We all know the reggae side of Stephen. That was the concept of revelation pt. 1. Revelation pt 2 is to show where the music has evolved from the times of roots reggae. If u listen to radio today, ur hearing more reggae/dancehall influences than any music out right now. Steve even said it was going to have elements hip hop jazz r+b, blues. And if u strip all these songs down they all have roots element as in they originated from the root of life! That is the concept of this latest album. If u were expectin roots reggae on this album, then u haven't really been following Stephen Marley in last 4-5 years cuz this is what he told us to expect on this album. Stephen really showed his talents on this latest lp! Don't give a whack review if uve only listened to this album once thru, and if some disliked it that much then I doubt they bothered to listen thru the entire album. If u love hiphop, reggae, soul, r+b, this is album of the year! Thank u Stephen! Wake the dead from their graves! *****! Rasta live!
  • Grammy album of the year

    By Cassis1
    At 1st is was a little taken back with the Ft on this album but after listening to the lyrics I'm very impressed it reminds me of the Chat Down Babylon, I love it .. For the person that said Bob would be disappointed didn't understand Bob's music one of his goals was to reach the young Africans is America
  • Based on Revelation Part I, this is what I expected.

    By Skemcin
    I've read through a lot of the reviews here as well as other places and I am not surprised to see nothing in the middle - it really is a love - hate collection of recordings. CONS Yes - too much rap, r&b, synthesized vocals, etc. for what I like in the reggae genre. Many songs I could imagine being played on the radio because they simply aren't reggae. But, I will say those tracks show just how talented Stephen is - so I can certainly appreciate and respect that about him and his decision to put that stuff on this album. PROS The two reggae tracks that ARE on here are sick. I love So Unjust - yes it breaks into a rap but it holds more ture to roots reggae than anything else on this album. There is a lot to like about Rockstone - its almost impossible to sit still when that bass drops. There are other tracks that have a slower tempo and although they dont carry a true reggae beat, they give you enough of a connection to appreciate them. OVERALL As my rating shows, I am torn. I am a roots reggae guy - so alot of this album is too strong, aggressive, or just simply not reggae as I define it. But, there is alot to appreciate in what Stephen has done with those particular tracks. I didn't like the album when I listened to it for the first time - but then I remembered this is NOT Revelation Part I - The Roots of Life, where everything I wanted from a Marley was more than satisified. This is Revelation Part II - The Fruits of Life, so you're going to get a modern day twist of a liberated artist who wanted to go out and do something different. His talent is undeniable. In the end, I hope this is Stephen just "soiling his oats" and that he returns to what he did on Revelation Part I and Mind Control when he releases his next album.