The two (with a blessing from Sister Nancy) filmed the video in Jamaica over the summer, with the song entering Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Songs chart last week.
Another natural pairing was JAY-Z. Marley says their collaboration for 4:44 cut “Bam,” was just that. “From a fan standpoint, it was great to work on music with someone you’re a fan of,” he said. “Very organic, very down to earth. I was heading out to California to shoot a video and he was out there working on his project so he hit me up about working together.”
“I’ll fully admit how wrong I was about cannabis,” Jenny Mai says. Her son Nate, who’s autistic and diabetic, was prone to lashing out towards his mother and even caused harm to himself. Looking for better treatments, Jenny uprooted her family from Wisconsin to California to engage in alternative medicine.
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Sierra Riddle shared a similar story about her son Landon, who was diagnosed with aggressive leukemia at two years old. “It’s not right that they’re keeping this healing away from our children,” Sierra says about medicinal treatment.
“Whatever ideas came to mind, we just went along with it,” he said about the creative process of Stony Hill. “At the end of the day, we reflected back on what we played and take out certain sounds. It’s organic, it’s family based, I make a lot of my music with my brothers, we make music at home and we’re inspired by life.”
Marley isn’t one to boast about his accomplishments but does wish for respect when it comes to reggae acting as a hit-elixir with non-Caribbean artists. In the past few years, artists like Justin Bieber, Drake, and Chris Brown have adapted dancehall sounds with positive reception from fans.
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