On November 18, 2021, two-time Grammy©-nominated Skip Marley premiered a vibrant music video to accompany the release of his new track, “Vibe,” featuring Jamaican MC Popcaan and produced via Rykeyz.

“Vibe” was first released over the summer and captured the fancy of millions of listeners over the few months. According to the artist, “Vibe is a feeling and a whole spirit and energy. A movement that brings light and life. It’s about being alive! The video gives Vibe life and dimension by celebrating bike life.”

For Skip, who is currently in the studio working on new music, “Vibe” sets the scene for his next long-play project via Island Records/Tuff Gong. The single was preceded by “Slow Down” in the spring of 2020, which garnered over 170 million global streams, becoming the quickest and biggest-streaming song in Marley family history and elevating Skip to over 380 million total global artist streams. This made Skip the first Jamaican-born artist to reach the #1 spot on the Billboard Adult R&B chart. The track spent 3 weeks at #1 at R&B Radio.

Skip has won critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, Fader, Hypebeast, Vibe, Billboard, Complex, Essence, Teen Vogue, and others for his deep, rich and vibrant sound. Skip was also nominated for two Soul Train Music Awards, an NAACP Image award, and Best New Artist at the iHeart Music Awards.  With new music and an upcoming tour on the horizon, Skip Marly has 2022 securely in his grasp.

You can watch Skip Marley’s new music video for “Vibe” on YouTube

Claire Hsu Author
Claire is a recent graduate from George Fox University, where she studied English and Communication Arts. She boasts both career and volunteer experience in a variety of writing professions, including teaching, self-publishing, development writing, script-writing/screenwriting, and journalism.
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Claire Hsu Author
Claire is a recent graduate from George Fox University, where she studied English and Communication Arts. She boasts both career and volunteer experience in a variety of writing professions, including teaching, self-publishing, development writing, script-writing/screenwriting, and journalism.

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