Music

Skip slows down

Sunday, November 10, 2019

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Skip Marley has released a new single titled Slow Down with two-time 2019 Grammy Award-winning artist H.E.R. via Tuff Gong/Island Records.

The duo performed the track live for the first time at H.E.R and Lauryn Hill's Hollywood Bowl concert last month.

He is the grandson of Bob and Rita Marley and the son of their daughter Cedella.

Earlier this year Marley issued That's Not True, a collaboration featuring his uncle Damian “Junior Gong” Marley. They performed the track together at Kaya Fest in Miami, where the video to accompany the song was shot. Skip's follow-up, Can't Take it From Me, featuring Major Lazer was first performed live on stage at New York's governor's ball fest this summer. He also released Enemy as well as Call Me Human with French Montana, which made it to the soundtrack of the television series Godfather of Harlem.

“I want to spread my music to the people and help them unify,” Marley noted.

“I want people to take away a message of love, of looking at the way you are living and thinking how we can work to be better and feel better. Whatever they're feeling, I want them to be able to turn up my music and think, relax, and get good vibes. It's a radical idea maybe, but an essential one,” he continued.


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