Skip Marley releases a new track titled “Enemy”
Skip Marley, the Island Records reggae prodigy, releases a new track titled “Enemy.” “Enemy” is a very important song as the messaging is critical and culturally relevant with Skip singing “Why dem try fi put me down”, why they try to take my crown?” Most recently, Skip released “That’s Not True” featuringDamian “Jr. Gong” Marley (his uncle, and youngest son of Rasta icon Bob Marley, Skip’s grandfather). The Andrew Sandler directed music video was shot in the Little Haiti neighborhood in Miami and is now approaching two million views. Watch above. “That’s Not True” and “Enemy” serve as Skip’s first original music releases since 2017 with more music to follow this year. Earlier this month, he also released a collaboration with Major Lazer titled “Can’t Take It From Me” that they will perform at Governor’s Ball this weekend.
Stream the project below.
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