Skip, the late Jamaican reggae star Bob Marley’s grandson has released a new album titled “Africa Unite.”
On Friday, the reggae musician shared Marley’s posthumous project on his Instagram page.
“Africa Unite is now available! I’m so proud of this one, so go clap your hands and enjoy it! He penned, “Africa Unite, Out Now.
Skip included a few of his late grandfather’s popular songs, such as the 1978 song “One Love” and the 1980 song “Redemption Song,” in the 10-track album.
‘Three Little Birds, featuring Teni and Oxlade; ‘Waiting in Vain, featuring Tiwa Savage; ‘Buffalo Soldier, featuring Stonebwoy; and ‘Turn Your Lights Down Low, featuring Afro B, are among the album’s other songs.
The album’s final four songs are “So Much Trouble,” “Them Belly Full (But We Hungry”), “Stir It Up,” and “Jamming.”
For the body of work, Skip also collaborated with musicians Nutty O, Winky O, Ami Faku, and Afrobeats singers Rema and Ayra Starr.
After suffering from acral lentiginous melanoma, a type of skin cancer, for four years, Bob Marley passed away on May 11, 1981.
Before he passed away, the iconic performer preached love in a society struggling with racial discrimination and other forms of division by using music to speak truth to power, combat deeply ingrained social evils, and preach truth to power.
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