Ziggy Marley's win at the Grammy awards made it four


And the Grammy Award for The Best Reggae Album goes to Ziggy Marley

ziggy-marley-grammys-reggae-sexygirl-sexy-girl.jpgLove Is My Religion hurled Ziggy Marley to the top reggae spot in the 49th annual Grammy awards show held at Los Angels' Staples Center on February 11, 2007.

Introduced as a Grammy category in 1985, the category of Best Reggae Album had a roster of the industry's' finest up for 2007 awards. Ziggy's triumph this year comes as the 4th such honour for him, as he walked down the Grammy Award winning road before in 1988, 1989 and 1997.

Also nominated for the 2007 award were: Buju Banton for "Too Bad," Matisyahu with his album "Youth," Sly and Robbie's "Rhythm Doubles," and UB40's "Who You Fighting For."

Never to be worn out is the old adage - love conquers all. So we join Ziggy and his father Bob Marley in encouraging the manifestation of this very sound message of love worldwide. Congratulations to you Ziggy Marley for the win and big up as well to all 2007 nominees.