Skip Marley Stands Tall Against Injustice In His “Lions” Video
Since making his television debut on the Grammys this month, Skip Marley has already made first family of reggae history with his conscious offering on Katy Perry’s “Chained to the Rhythm.”
As his Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 commands the attention of millions, the grandson to the late Bob Marley refuses to cower in the face of hate with his debut single under Island Records, “Lions.”
Already dubbed “the voice of our revolution,” the burgeoning reggae star leads a movement against the likes of racial injustice to religious persecution without as much as a flinch: “If you’re hoping we’re gonna run, wrong.”
“I want to spread my music to the people and help them unify,” the third-generation Marley said in a statement. “I want people to take away a message of love, of looking at the way you are living and thinking where we can work to be our best. Whatever they’re feeling, I want them to be able to turn up my music and think, relax, and get good vibes.”
Watch “Lions” below.