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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Hasidic Reggae Artist DeScribe Teamed up With Rohan Marley For "Livin For The Grind - Marley Coffee"

DeScribe a rising  Hasidic Reggae musician (like Matisyahu) met Rohan Marley by mere chance. It was one day when he was walking down Broadway that he saw this man and approached him and said "Excuse me sir, who are you?" to his surprise the answer was Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley.

The two began to chat and Rohan had the opportunity to listen to DeScribe's
music, then Marley introduced him to the Marley Coffee. They both connected on a spiritual and musical levels and then "Livin For The Grind - Marley Coffee" was born. The song pretty much speaks of The Marley Coffee, peace and Reggae music. Even Rohan Marley (who is one Marley who doesn't do much singing) lend his voice to the track.

Check out DeScribe talking about the link up in the video below:

Buy "Livin For The Grind - Marley Coffee" on itunes or Amazon


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