Damian Marley Debuts African Documentary Exclusively on NPR
Grammy Award-winning artist Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley releases his ‘Stony Hill to Addis’ documentary TODAY via NPR. Previously released exclusively to Tidal members the documentary (directed by B+ of Mochilla), which follows Jr. Gong around his first time ever touring Africa, can be viewed in full HERE.
Within the documentary, Damian talks about the importance of touring throughout the continent and what it’s like coming back 10 years later. We also hear from the locals about the significance of Damian’s music, Dinka Basuki of Kenya notes that although there is a lot of conflict between the many tribes, everyone will put their differences aside and dance to a Damian track.
Damian joined Jay-Z to perform their reggae-tinged track “Bam” on the opening night of Saturday Night Live. Click HERE to view!
In support of his new album Stony Hill which was released to critical acclaim, Entertainment Weekly called it a hell of a reintroduction, Damian is currently on his North American Tour. Click HERE to purchase tickets!
Purchase/Stream Stony Hill HERE
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