The phrase ‘Mama did not increase no idiot’ involves thoughts when chatting with Grammy Award-nominated artiste Skip Marley.
He spoke to THE WEEKEND STAR about latest achievements and endeavours, together with the remixed model of his tune, Lions, being unveiled because the official tune of the 2022 CONCACAF Ladies’s Championship. The championship remix incorporates new lyrics written particularly for the competitors’s ‘WE BELONG’ marketing campaign. It additionally options extra vocals of his mom, Cedella Marley.
“My mom is one of the hardest working people I know. Actually, she is the hardest working person I know. I am glad to be her son. Love mommy every time and me hope fi always represent for her, you know what I mean,” Skip Marley mentioned. He additionally hailed girls who compete in skilled sports activities for his or her ardour and dedication.
“When me watch women’s sports, women balling, I see the heart and strength they put into their game, and, when they take the field, they deserve that respect as a man would get. It’s just that crazy when you see all that they go through; dem nuh get the same resources the male teams get. They have a lot of fights. So, I translate it [the song] to apply to the girls,” he mentioned.
Skip Marley expressed the view that the ladies have been making a change, and alter for the betterment of society, in all kinds, is sweet. It’s the inspiration for the brand new launch Change which was produced and co-written by Grammy Award-nominated songwriter and producer Oscar Holter.
“We want change. When you look around in society, everyone wants change, and, for the world community, change is a must and change is necessary. There are so many things we have to change, so why not make the change today? Why not give some love away? Love is free, why not try to make the change or help make the change you can see? It is possibility,” he mentioned. “For me, the change I want to make is to be a better Skip. I want to be a positive impact on the world and music. Music can make a change in how we contribute to society. So that’s my thing, to keep doing that, to be a light with the right things. I also want to pick up some more instruments and get back into the learning of them and polish my skills.”
The Gradual Down artiste will even be embarking on the second leg of his solo tour this month.