The cause of death is unknown, but he had been in hospital since having a stroke in July 2020.
The reggae legend had previously struggled with speech issues following his first minor stroke in 2018.
Tributes have been pouring in for the musician on social media, following the sad news of his death.
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Singer Kranium wrote: “Rip Bunny Wailer. Respect for all the great work you did for reggae music worldwide.”
Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness, said: “My deep condolences to the family, friends and fans of legendary Reggae artiste, Neville Livingston, also known as Bunny Wailer, JahB.”
“They say true legends never die. They live on forever through their music, in our hearts and in the very soul of our nation. The soul of our nation is its #reggae music. Rest in peace #BunnyWailer. You are now a star amongst starts. One love,” a fan commented.
The reggae musician’s solo songs included Dreamland, Dancing Shoes, Searching For Love, Life Line, Bide Up, and Arab Oil Weapon.
Bunny also reworked some of The Wailers’ previous songs for his 1980 project Bunny Wailer Sings the Wailers, backed by Jamaican musicians Sly and Robbie.
He went onto win three Grammy Awards for Best Reggae Album – for 1991’s Time Will Tell: A Tribute to Bob Marley, Crucial! Roots Classics in 1995, and 1997’s Hall of Fame: A Tribute to Bob Marley’s 50th Anniversary.