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Damian Marley Joins Common & PJ For "What Do You Say (Remix)"

While Common has embarked on many other journeys in his illustrious career, he always returns to the rap game. The Chicago artist blessed fans with a brand new project last fall titled, A Beautiful Revolution (Pt 1). Fans have kept the project on loop since its release but Common isn't done just yet. In fact, he's back with a revamp of one of the highlights off of the project featuring a reggae icon.
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Common Enlists Damian Marley for ‘What Do You Say (Move It Baby)’ Remix

Common enlists Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley for a reggae remix of “What Do You Say (Move It Baby),” a track from the rapper’s 2020 EP A Beautiful Revolution (Pt. 1). “This remix took me to another place that I had never been musically,” Common said of the song in a statement. “I’ve always been a fan of reggae music and dance hall, so to work with one of the greats has been inspiring.”
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Damian Marley Honors Earth Day With ‘Life Is a Circle’

Damian Marley celebrates Earth Day with the new song “Life Is a Circle,” featuring a video telling the segregated history of Miami’s Virginia Key Beach Park. Directed by B+, the clip sees Marley standing on the historic beach as title cards and footage explain its history: Black Americans were not allowed on most beaches during segregation. In the spring of 1945, civil rights activists supported by the local NAACP chapter staged a “wade-in” at a whites-only beach, resulting in the opening of Virginia Key — Miami’s first black-only beach. Following its closure in 1982, the abandoned beach was overgrown with invasive plants and animals, suffering vandalism and hurricanes. City officials wanted to sell it but they were stopped by grassroots organizers and the beach was restored. It reopened in 2008.
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Sean Paul Taps Mavado, Damian Marley, Buju Banton For “Live N Livin” Album

Sean Paul assembles a star-studded dancehall lineup for his upcoming album, Live N Livin. Among the artists making the guest list includes the likes of Mavado, Buju Banton, Damian Marley, Govana, Squash, Masicka, Busy Signal, and more. Grammy award-winning Jamaican artiste Sean Paul’s upcoming albums are ones that fans are anxiously awaiting. Sean put the world on attention when he announced the names of his upcoming albums in a recent interview with Radio Jamaica. His upcoming album will be released on March 12, but thankfully fans can use the recent revelation of the tracklist to wet their tongues. The new album, Live N Livin, features 16 tracks, including some previously released singles like “Guns Of Navarone.”