Skip Marley Urges the World to 'Calm Down' With New Video

Skip Marley performs at The Paramount on Sept. 1, 2015 in New York City.
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Skip Marley performs at The Paramount on Sept. 1, 2015 in New York City.

Skip Marley shared a video for his new song "Calm Down" on Tuesday (May 2), imparting some chill vibes on the world. 

The Justin Francis-directed video comes after Marley released the track last week, following up on the success of his breakout single "Lions."

In the clip, Marley -- Bob Marley's grandson -- performs on a beautiful beach, embodying a pacifist spirit through various actions such as cutting a heart in a chain link fence and planting rifles in the sand with roses placed in the barrels. 

Speaking of the song, Marley said in a press release, "Music is my weapon of choice. I hope 'Calm Down' makes us think of solutions and brings us together."

Watch the new video here:


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