Singer, musician, composer, and rebel Peter Tosh cut a swathe through Jamaican music, both as a founding member of the Wailers and as a solo artist. He helped reggae cross over to mainstream audiences in the late '70s, touring with the Rolling Stones and scoring an international hit with a duet with Mick Jagger. Tosh was an outspoken Rastafarian, and some of his most popular music explored Rasta culture and politically charged anti-war sentiments. His 1976 solo breakout album Legalize It and its title track centred around demands for the reform of laws pertaining to marijuana, and the cover art featured Tosh puffing away in a field of ganja. He was killed in 1987, but left behind a wealth of music -- both with the Wailers and his ample body of solo work -- that made him one of reggae's preeminent greats.