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SKIP MARLEY Releases Official Music Video for New Single MAKE ME FEEL Featuring RICK ROSS ARI LENNOX

SKIP MARLEY Releases Official Music Video for New Single “MAKE ME FEEL” Featuring RICK ROSS & ARI LENNOX

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“Skip Marley focuses on the good life, despite times being bad on his romantic new single, ‘Make Me Feel.'” – Rolling Stone

“The new song is a breath of fresh air in today’s climate.” – Complex

“The Jamaican hyphenate strikes gold again with his smoky single ‘Make Me Feel.'” –Billboard

“If realistic optimism had a soundtrack, this would be it.” – Teen Vogue

“this track is a real-feel-good record that ramps up anticipation for Skip’s long-awaited debut EP. “- Essence

“Skip Marley, grandson to music icon Bob Marley, is carving out his own place in the industry as an artist with a unique sound that still pays homage to his roots.” – Hot New Hip Hop

SKIP MARLEY Releases Official Music Video for New Single MAKE ME FEEL Featuring RICK ROSS ARI LENNOX

On the heels of the release of his debut EP Higher Place, which soared to #1 on the iTunes Reggae charts, Skip Marley, releases the official music video for his buzzed about new single Make Me Feel featuring fellow Miamian hitmaker Rick Ross and R&B songstress Ari Lennox via Tuff Gong/Island Records.  The video shot in Atlanta and directed by Lacey Duke compliments the summery vibe of the record with the trio checking out a neighborhood soccer game. “Make Me Feel” is a feel-good record with a groovy production accompanied with Ross’s effortless flow and Lennox’s sweet and soulful melodies singing the lyrics “let’s make this a good life even through the bad times,” a mantra that resonates loudly.

In May, “Slow Down,” with over 70 million global streams, became the quickest and biggest-streaming song in Marley Family history, and elevated Skip to over 200 million global artist streams  It was the first time a Jamaican-born artist reached the #1 spot on the Billboard Adult R&B chart.  At the same time, Skip became the first Jamaican-born artist inside the Top 15 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart in nearly a decade and a half (since Sean Paul and Keyshia Cole in 2006, “When You Gonna Give it Up to Me”).

The amazing chemistry between Skip and ten-time nominated, two-time 2019 Grammy-winner H.E.R. performing live together was apparent during the song’s television debut on Fallon, then a show-stopping perform­ance at the NAACP Image Awards in February, and the ABC Good Morning America Summer Concert Series session in June.

Skip has earned critical acclaim from Rolling StoneFaderHypebeast

Vibe, and others.  Most recently during the quarantine, Skip has performed acoustic sets for the launch of the Essence Music Monday series,

Billboard LiveGlobal Citizen & World Health Organization and most recently shared the stage with The Wailers, Cedella Marley, Pedró Capó, Rauw Alejandro, Camilo and Kany García for a an opening performance on the 17th Annual Premios Juventud.


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