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Damian Jr Gong Marley

Grammy Award-winning artist Damian Jr. Gong Marley debuts his new single Reach Home Safe TODAY, Friday, June 14. This is his first new single since his GRAMMY award winning album, Stony Hill, released in 2017. Click HERE to listen to the new single!

Leading up to this release, Damian Marley was recently featured in Skip Marleyߣs song That’s Not True; as well as Karol G’s Love With A Quality. Having just finished his European tour with stops in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium and Greece, Damian will appear at The Hollywood Bowl on July 7th. Marley will also be performing at the Levitate Music and Arts Festival in MA on July 14th and at the MayJah RayJah Music Festival in Hawaii on July 26th and 27th.

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Damian Marley x Living It Up

DAMIAN MARLEY “LIVING IT UP” VISUAL AVAILABLE NOW EXCLUSIVELY ON TIDAL

Today, Damian “Jr Gong” Marley premiered the music video for his impassioned single “Living It Up” off his GRAMMY Award-winning fourth studio album, Stony Hill, exclusively on global music and entertainment platform, TIDAL.

 

In the visual, Marley takes his son back to his hometown in Jamaica to share the culture of where his father Bob Marley grew up and where reggae music was born, as well as the parallel between his upbringing and where he is now.

 

The video was directed by Gil Green, and filmed in Trenchtown, Stony Hill and Port Antonio, Jamaica.

 

“If I have to pick a single track that represents the theme of the album overall, I would say it is probably Living It Up, it represents my history. It comes down to where my father is coming from and where my mother is coming from, it’s not likely that people from these two worlds meet up like that on a regular basis and have children. That whole journey, I think is an inspiring story in itself” says Marley about the track.

 

Previously, the TIDAL artist-owner collaborated with the platform to debut the visuals for “Speak Life,” “Stony Hill to Addis” DocumentaryTIDAL X: High Times, a 4/20 celebration. “Medication“, “Nail Pon Cross” as well as performed during TIDAL’s annual charity concert in 2016, TIDAL X: 1020.

 

 

TIDAL’s commitment to connecting fans with their favorite musicians has spanned dozens of livestreams, thousands of ticket giveaways, and an extensive array of exclusive content – including: TIDAL X Brooklyn, the annual star studded benefit concert; TIDAL X livestreams from Chance the Rapper, Ty Dolla $ign, Alicia Keys and more; exclusive album premieres such as Beyonce’s LEMONADE and Rihanna’s ANTI; unique content including 21 Savage’s 30 Days with 21 Savage, Rick Ross‘ album annotations and more!

 

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DAMIAN MARLEY RELEASES A POWERFUL ACAPELLA VERSION OF SLAVE MILL

Grammy Award-winning artist Damian Jr. Gong Marley releases a moving acapella video of his lyrically profound track “Slave Mill” via The Fader today, click HERE to view. The original track comes off of his new album Stony Hill, which is available everywhere now, click HERE to listen.

In support of the release of his new album Stony Hill, Damian will kick off his Stony Hill Fall US Tour on September 1st in Minneapolis, at Minneapolis Music Hall and continue on to Chicago, Boston, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and many more stops along the way until mid-October.  Tickets are on sale now HERE.

The youngest son of Reggae legend Bob Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley garnered his own place in music history when he became the first ever Reggae artist to win a GRAMMY outside of the “Reggae” category, taking home an award for “Best Urban/Alternative” performance for his title single, “Welcome To Jamrock“. The acclaimed 2005 breakthrough disc Welcome To Jamrock, also won a GRAMMY for “Best Reggae” Album. Marley has been shaking up stages all over the world for the past few years, first in collaboration with Nas on their Distant Relatives project, and then when he went on to partner with Skrillex for their groundbreaking track “Make It Bun Dem,“whichRolling Stone called “a monster mash up of dubstep and dancehall.”

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