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Cynthia Jean Cameron Breakspeare (born October 24, 1954) — known as Cindy Breakspeare — Canadian-Jamaican jazz musician and former model. She is the mother of reggae musician Damian Marley, through her relationship with Bob Marley, who remained married to Rita Marley until his death.
From their relationship she gave birth to a son, Damian Marley (aka Jr. Three years later she married senator Tom Tavares-Finson in 1981 with whom she has a son Christian (1982) and a daughter Leah (1986). She founded a Rastafarian craft store called Ital Craf in Jamaica.
Damian was 2 years old when his father died; he is the only child born to Marley and Cindy Breakspeare, Miss World 1976.
Damian's half-brother, Stephen Marley, was a producer and co-writer of the hugely successful song of the same name.
The lyrics to the single "Welcome to Jamrock", which was performed over a riddim produced by Sly and Robbie for Ini Kamoze some 20 years earlier, many praised the content of the song. Clinton Hutton, professor at the University of the West Indies, said of the single, "'Jamrock' uses the icon of the inner city, of alienation, of despair, of prejudice, but of hope, of Jamaican identity, to remind us of the fire of frustration, the fire of creativity, the fire of warning to open up our eyes and look within to the life we are living.
The album was released on 11 September 2001 and received the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.
It was co-produced by Damian Marley and his brother Stephen Marley, who had also produced Damian's debut album Mr Marley.
The album title refers not only to the bond between the artists, but the connection to their African ancestry, which inspired the album both musically and lyrically.