FRIDAY 2 AUG - Gold Stage
GENRE: Powerful Roots Reggae
🔥 Marla also has a history of extensive dance performances and has gained recognition in the dance world before fully embarking on her music career
🔥Her involvement in events like the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games and her success on Britain’s Got Talent highlights her diverse talents beyond the reggae music scene
🔥As the youngest daughter of Dennis Brown, Marla has a strong familial connection to reggae music, and she shares a tight-knit bond with her siblings, all of whom carry forward their father’s initials and legacy in their unique ways
Marla Brown, the Crown Princess of Reggae, was born on November 5th, 1986. She carries on her father’s legacy, the legendary Dennis Emanuel Brown. Marla has been showcasing her talents across Europe for over 14 years, with a strong foundation in Ballet, Street, and Contemporary dance.
Marla has had a diverse career, serving as an ambassador for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games, reaching the semi-finals on Britain’s Got Talent, and performing as a noted dancer for Adidas. She has since transitioned from dance to music, releasing her debut single, “Better Days,” which showcases her vocal and songwriting skills. The song is an uplifting message of perseverance and unity.
Marla Brown continues to pay tribute to her father’s legacy through her music and performances, combining her profound passion for the arts with her family’s rich musical heritage. Don’t miss your chance to see true reggae royalty take the Gold Stage at Reggae Geel!