Bob Marley is likely one of the most legendary figures in trendy music; his affect is immeasurable. The Jamaican singer, musician, and songwriter conjures up with social activism and politically aware lyrics fused with parts of lovers-rock, ska and rocksteady. As a pioneer of Reggae, Bob Marley was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame in 1994.
In December 1999, his 1977 album ‘Exodus’ was named Album of the Century by Time Journal and his track ‘One Love’ was designated Tune of the Millennium by the BBC.
With a profession spanning virtually 20 years, Sarkodie is likely one of the most profitable African rappers of all time. He was the primary winner of BET’s Greatest Worldwide Movement artist on the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards, and he was topped Vodafone Ghana Music Award’s “Artiste of the Decade”.
Sarkodie’s signature tempo, cadence and whit permeates each monitor, and that is no completely different. When talking on this historic collaboration with Bob Marley, Sarkodie mentioned: “What a option to kick begin this 12 months! Positively one of many highest moments in my profession/life… It’s been a BIG torture conserving quiet about this explicit challenge however I suppose it’s all the time the very best when timing is true. Large shouts to the workforce at Island data, my workforce and the Marley household for getting me on this superb challenge with the legend Bob Marley.
Such a blessing to put my vocals proper subsequent to the unique vocals of the legend…I will probably be sharing how the entire course of occurred… for now, get able to benefit from the remake of Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ produced by MOG”
The official music video for ‘Stir It Up’ showcases the colourful relationship between Jamaica and Ghana. With Sarkodie main on artistic route, these Ghana-shot visuals authentically discover identification, unity and neighborhood.
You’ll be able to stream ‘Stir It Up’ HERE
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