Out Now: Bob Marley’s Majestic ‘Africa Unite’, a Posthumous Album Merging Reggae and Afrobeats

The posthumous album ‘Africa Unite,’ inspired by Bob Marley, is a brilliant amalgamation of reggae and Afrobeats. This tribute to Marley embodies his timeless legacy as it merges his immortal melodies with the contemporary rhythms of Afrobeats.

‘Africa Unite’ is a ten-track album that gathers modern African musicians to add their individualistic style and creativity to Marley’s renowned classics. This unique blending of musical styles offers a fresh take on Marley’s hits and forms a harmonious link between past and present.

Bob Marley’s daughter, Cedella Marley, shared her insights on the album, highlighting how ‘Africa Unite’ demonstrates her father’s significance in today’s Africa. The album underscores the global resonance of Marley’s music and honours the cultural richness of African sounds and rhythms.

The album incorporates an invigorating mix of tracks, from a touching interpretation of “Waiting In Vain” to the exuberant “Stir It Up” and the melodic “Three Little Birds.” This seamless fusion creates a captivating musical voyage for the listeners.

Before the album’s launch, the 4th single, ‘Them Belly Full (But We Hungry),’ was introduced featuring Rema and Skip Marley. The track delivers powerful messages about inequality while soothing listeners with its gentle saxophone melodies, encouraging them to find comfort and release in music.

Skip Marley, well-known for his chart-topping hits, was thrilled about recreating his grandfather’s song. He stated, “I was overjoyed when I first listened to the final version of ‘Them Belly Full’ with Rema. Collaborating with African artists is truly exhilarating for me, as it reflects the essence of Africa. I felt extremely grateful for the chance.” This single promises to move listeners, paving the way for the immersive musical journey in the ‘Africa Unite’ album.

‘Africa Unite’ echoes Bob Marley’s enduring message of unity and collaboration. This album is set to enthral both long-time fans of Marley and newcomers keen to discover his music in a refreshing and vivacious format