Hymn drops EP


Hymn drops EP

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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Hymn Marley becomes the latest from the Marley family to offer a musical body of work, with the release of his 5-track debut digital EP, In My Head.

The 26-year old son of Stephen, and grandson of musical legends Bob and Rita, has delivered a collection of modern songs that speak to a universal audience, but still pay homage to his family's Caribbean roots.

Featuring two previously unreleased cuts, In My Head kicks off with Since You've Been Gone, a reggae jam that also served as the EP's first single when it was put to the market earlier this year. The second track, Hot Step takes dancehall into the mainstream. Up next is You Don't Even Love Me, featuring younger brother Yohan Marley as a guest vocalist.

The previously unreleased I Do and Let It Burn round out the EP which was produced by the Miami-based duo of David and Jonathan Julca, whose credits include Arturo Sandoval, Pitbull, Kat Dahlia, and Paulina Rubio. The Julca brothers are currently nominated for five Latin Grammy Awards.

On producing and releasing his debut EP, Hymn said, “this has been one of the best experiences and I'm so excited to create many more”. He added, In My Head is a compilation of some events and inspirations that I have been blessed to share with the world. I believe there is a song here for everyone, so I can't wait to see how people connect with it.”

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