18 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the decade that passed following the youngest Marley’s 2005 breakout album, Welcome to Jamrock, Damian “Jr. Gong” collaborated with the likes of Nas, Skrillex, and even Mick Jagger, but Stony Hill sees him reasserting his reign over the music of his homeland. Teaming up with his brother Stephen, he delivers a righteous roots-reggae serenade on “Medication,” while “Grown & Sexy” finds him downshifting to a breezy coo for some Drake-inflected dancehall-pop.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In the decade that passed following the youngest Marley’s 2005 breakout album, Welcome to Jamrock, Damian “Jr. Gong” collaborated with the likes of Nas, Skrillex, and even Mick Jagger, but Stony Hill sees him reasserting his reign over the music of his homeland. Teaming up with his brother Stephen, he delivers a righteous roots-reggae serenade on “Medication,” while “Grown & Sexy” finds him downshifting to a breezy coo for some Drake-inflected dancehall-pop.

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