Bob Marley’s grandson and son hang out with locals, friends in low-key clip for collaborative single

Skip Marley, grandson of Bob Marley, cruises through Miami’s Little Haiti neighborhood in the reggae artist’s low-key video for “That’s Not True,” his collaborative track with his uncle Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley.

Director Andrew Sandler follows Skip as he views friends and locals: barbers cutting hair, people playing dice and kids kicking around a soccer ball. “Don’t you fall from grace — brother don’t through it all away,” he sings on the track over a dubby, horn-heavy groove. “A wise man used to say, ‘Money ain’t life, so take it easy.’”

Damian appears later in the song and video, spitting wisdom in rapid-fire staccato triplets. “Better you builds a bridge than instead of you build a wall/Better to love and lost than to never have loved at all,” he rhymes. Continue reading

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