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Featuring in his debut documentary ‘Let’s Take it Higher’, Skip Marley also will make his first Grammy Award show appearance.
Following the 24-year-old from Reggae’s royalty, is a humble heir of the Marley family. In search of his higher self, the mini-documentary ‘Let’s Take It Higher’ debut days before his national appearance on the 2021 Grammy Award Show. As production began on January 6th, the day has also become synonyms with the Political coup. Skip Marley nonetheless transcends his message with a melodic tone preaching accountability, peace, and unity.
Moderated by Reshma B, the 25-minute Youtube documentary hosted at his home in Maimi, Florida. Including the following pandemic guidelines, Skip allows Reshma B into his life tentatively to reveal his thought process behind the release of the Reggae album ‘Higher Place’.
The documentary produced by Boomshots and Complex media features the first-time Grammy nominee along with collaborators H.E.R., Damian Marley, Rick Ross, D Smoke, Katy Perry, Marcia Griffiths, and mother Cedella Marley.
‘Higher Place’ has been nominated for the Best Reggae Album category by the Grammys. Among his co-nominees in the Best Reggae Album category are the legendary Buju Banton, Maxi Priest, Toots & The Maytals, and The Wailers.