Skip Marley Urges Everyone to 'Slow Down' During Billboard Live At-Home Concert

Skip Marley hosted his Billboard Live At-Home concert on Tuesday afternoon (March 24) to raise money for Meals on Wheels America, a nonprofit that provides nutrition and helps to eliminate isolation to the elderly.

Guitar in hand, the crooner performed a number of songs that fit the coronavirus crisis, including his grandfather, Bob Marley's "So Much Trouble in the World," "Redemption Song" and "Cry to Me."

He also performed his sweet duet with H.E.R., "Slow Down," a love song to help ease our minds and quite literally "slow down" amid the pandemic's spread.

Marley interweaved the songs with his characteristic good vibes, proclaiming "One Love!" to all the viewers, and assuring them that an album will be coming this summer. "There is always something positive to take from these bad things," he explained.

"Be safe. My prayers is with you. We will get through this. The sun shines and we will get through it," he concluded. Watch the performance above, and donate to Meals on Wheels here.


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