Ky-Mani Marley and Jacob Anderson, who records under the name Raleigh Ritchie and is most well-known for playing the character named ‘Grey Worm’ on HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’, have both signed to Alacran Records.
Alacran Records is a subsidiary of the Alacran Group which also includes a video production company, runs live events and recording studios, and encompasses the Alacran Foundation, which has a longstanding partnership with the Bob Marley Foundation, among other initiatives.
The label, which also is home to British rapper/singer Tiggs Da Author, Latin artist Willie Gomez and Bahamian singer Keeya, offers its artists distribution, licensing and global marketing.
Ky-Mani Marley, the son of international reggae icon Bob, is scheduled to put out a new collection of music either later this year or next, and said in a statement, that “It’s a very creative and fruitful time for my career and I’m excited to be joining Alacran Records, an ambitious and cutting edge label with real passion for the music and dedication to their artists.”
As for Anderson, who portrayed Grey Worm for six seasons on the acclaimed HBO mega-series Game of Thrones, he’s set to put out his first album since a 2016 debut, You’re A Man Now, Boy, which was released by Columbia Records.
His new album, Andy, is slated to be released in June via Alacran.