Musical artiste, actor and reality TV star Ky-Mani Marley continues his press campaign for his latest album Radio. Ky-Mani will appear on two nationally televised programs the week of March 10.
On Monday March 10, Ky-Mani will appear on NBC/Telemundo's show called "The Shuffle". The show will air at 5:00 PM (EST). "The Shuffle" is a hip, fresh look what's going on in the world of music and mun2. Hosted by resident VJ Pico, the show is shot from the Telemundo studios in Miami.
On Thursday March 13 Fox's Happy Hour with Cody Willard and Rebecca Gomez welcomes Ky-Mani for a one on one interview. Fox's "Happy Hour" is described as a new breed of news show, where a younger version of "Regis and Kelly" meets "Cheers" with the breeziness of “Entourage." "Happy Hour" will air at 5:00 PM (EST) on Thursday, March 13.
The album also remains firmly ensconced in the Top 5 of the Billboard Top Reggae Albums chart 23 weeks after debuting at #1, Ironically, Ky-Mani has been trading chart positions with both his father and brother Stephen, further proving the strength and artistic variety within the formidable Marley family musical legacy as he comes into his own on Radio.
Marley not only boasts broad-based musical appeal but also has been making his multimedia mark as a critically-acclaimed actor in a number of independent films while debuting last fall as a TV star in his own reality series on BET J., "Living the Life of Marley." The show, which follows Ky-Mani as he recorded Radio and now promotes the album, has been picked up for a second season by the cable channel.
Source: Warrior Productions