Freedom Rasta T-Shirt
The Bob Marley inspired Freedom Rasta T-Shirt from Edge SST is premium 5.5 oz. tight knit 100% combed ringspun cotton. Enzyme washed for an ultra soft feel to the touch. Shoulder to shoulder fabric taped, sharp side seems, hemmed sleeves and bottom, reinforced shoulder seam, ribbed collar, pre-shrunk, tear-away label. Don't forget the color print on the back of the t-shirt.
- Bob Marley died of cancer on May 11, 1981 in Miami. His body was flown back to Jamaica to be buried and, in one day, 40,000 people filed past his coffin as his body lay in state in Jamaica’s National Arena.
- In 1962, Bob Marley first released his singles, 'Do You Still Love Me?', 'Judge Not', 'Terror', and 'One Cup of Coffee', with the help of recording artist Leslie Kong. Leslie Kong was an influential Chinese-Jamaican reggae producer.
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