Consequently, he proceeded to venture into this genre of music, thereby renaming the group 8 Killaz to Sonz of the Most High. That step solidified the transition from hip hop to reggae and captured the positive energy Bless aimed to deliver. This, in his view, was not being portrayed in hip hop music at that time. Some of the legendary artists that inspired Bless to follow the path he had chosen were: Peter Tosh, Culture, Buju Banton,Richie Spice, Capleton and I-Wayne . The root of Mally Bless's music comes from his faith and love that he has for the creator(the most high) and the stem is his message which comes from being influenced by some of our most powerful and world renowned Black leaders such as Selassie I, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King to name a few. The message Mally Bless has always aspired to deliver in his music is that of unity, awareness, love and the teaching of the Most High, the divine source of all mankind. Some of the songs created by the group consisted of “Bob Marley”, “Dance with me”, and “I like”. Creatively speaking, in 2008, Mally Bless came into his own and released his first single as a solo artist entitled “What’s Going On” which speaks to different significant social issues. This was followed by “Refill”, “Why Is It” and “Stand firm”, illustrating the versatility that Bless possessed.
Mally Bless has always seized the opportunity to showcase his passion, or what some may refer to it as his talent. He has performed on several events such as Quebec Reggae Bash, Buss, Rising Stars and more. Mally has had the opportunity to open for several major International Reggae artists such as: I-Wayne, Turbulence, Baby Cham and Popcaan to name a few. Most recently Mally had a single/video release for his Brand New single “Reparation” it was a very successful night with an absolute phenomenal performance that left his fans wanting for more.
Mally Bless was recently interviewed by DJ Chocolate from the Rebel Music Radio show on radioregent.com formerly of 88.1(ckln). When he was asked the question “Which artist or artists can you see yourself working with in the near future?” his response came without hesitation, Beres Hammond, Queen Ifrica, Pressure Buss Pipe and Christopher Martin although there are so many artists in which he admires their work, those were the first few that came to mind.
"Marlon Lovemore aka Mally Bless is precise, clear and on point with his lyrics. He is strong in his beliefs and expresses himself in a manner that is not condescending however relies solely on life facts and this is displayed in his music." -Empress Na