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Road to Zion

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Subject: Damian Marley, The Master Has Come Back, Welcome to Jamrock, In Public, Blindfold Me
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Road to Zion

"Road to Zion"
Single by Damian Marley featuring Nas
from the album Welcome to Jamrock
Released 2005
Format 12" single
Recorded 2005
Genre Reggae fusion, reggae, hip hop
Length 5:17
Label Tuff Gong/Universal
Writer(s) Damian Marley, Nasir Jones
Producer(s) Stephen Marley
Damian Marley singles chronology
"The Master Has Come Back"
"Road to Zion"
Nas singles chronology
"In Public"
"Road to Zion"
"Hip Hop Is Dead"

"Road to Zion" was the 2nd US single to be taken from Damian Marley's Welcome to Jamrock, while "The Master Has Come Back" was released in Europe.

It contains a sample from "Russian Lullaby" by Ella Fitzgerald.

The song also inspired Nas and Damian Marley to record an EP together, which later turned into the full-length album Distant Relatives released in 2010.


  • Music video 1
  • Awards 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Music video

The video was filmed in Game being locked up with Nas, and Damian handing out postcards with the Lion of Judah on them. After Nas analyzes the card, he manages to escape the prison he’s in and reunite with the young Marley back in a project hallway.


Damian Marley won the Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance at the 48th Grammy Awards (Grammy Awards of 2006) for the song Welcome To Jamrock.[1]


  1. ^ 48th Grammy Award Winners - search query for Year: 2005, Genre: All. See page 6. "2006 Grammy Award Winners". Grammy. Retrieved 17 May 2010. 

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