“She wanna catch a vibe, she wanna free her mind, into the light, into the light, face it, she don’t notin’ basic, she waan fi touch all the bases, build up relations, rev up the car and race it, catch vibrations, oh, she want release her mental, touch all a nerve, that’s central, switch pon the beat and tempo, inside a her bare info, nuh zelle nor Venmo, oh, just let go…”
Last month, the Rykeyz-produced effort spawned a lively visual that comes courtesy of Young Chang and sees Marley and Popcaan catching those very vibes amongst some beautiful women while bikers and fast car drivers hit the roads throughout.
Last year, Skip Marley joined peers Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Koffee, and Shenseea for the BET Hip Hop Awards’ reggae cypher, essentially stealing the spotlight from the other segments. 2020 also saw him grace us with his debut EP Higher Place, which came with seven songs and additional features from Rick Ross, Ari Lennox, H.E.R., uncle Damian Marley, and his late grandfather Bob Marley, the last of whom appeared on the EP’s title track. More recently, the Jamaican talent celebrated the one-year anniversary of Higher Place with a special vinyl release that added on two remixes and new contributions from Davido and Oxlade. Outside of his own drops, Marley has also provided his vocals on songs like The Wailers’ “One World, One Prayer,” Bugzy Malone‘s “Cause a Commotion,” the “Godfather of Harlem” standout “Call Me Human,” Zhavia Ward’s “All I Am,” Major Lazer’s “Can’t Take It From Me,” and Katy Perry’s “Chained To The Rhythm” — the last of which landed high on charts and earned the artists a wealth of Gold and Platinum plaques around the world.
Check out “Vibe” below.