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Ziggy Marley Spreads A Message Of Unity With New Song

The Huffington Post has a first look at the lyric video for "We Are The People."

Ziggy Marley is on the verge of releasing an album, but before he does, The Huffington Post has an exclusive first look at the official lyric video for his new song, "We Are The People." 

With the lyrics, "We are the people / Listen to our song / We are the people / Together we are strong," Marley continues to follow in his father Bob Marley's footsteps, spreading a message of peace and love through reggae music. 

"This song is about the people standing up together and what can be achieved to benefit the people as a whole," the 47-year-old singer told The Huffington Post. It's a message that's especially poignant during an election year. 

The track appears on Marley's self-titled sixth studio album, due out May 20. Recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Marley, the set marks his first release since 2014’s “Fly Rasta,” which took home the 2015 Grammy for Best Reggae Album.  

Watch the video (created by John Weeden) for "We Are The People" below: 

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