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Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley Covers George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” on New Single

by Diana Wilson
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Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, 4x GRAMMY AWARD® winner for reggae, returns with a new single featuring his interpretation of George Harrison’s timeless classic “My Sweet Lord.”

Marley’s rendition of “My Sweet Lord” is said to capture the essence of the original while blending it with his own reggae-infused style, resulting in a unique and captivating musical experience.

“My Sweet Lord” is a cover of Harrison’s 1970 hit from his album All Things Must Pass. Marley adds his own spin to the spiritual anthem, bringing a new sound to the track with his signature reggae style and soulful vocals.

Marley’s first solo release since “Reach Home Safe” in 2019 and his first under his own label, Ghetto Youths International, which he co-runs with his brothers Stephen and Julian Marley.

Marley chose to cover “My Sweet Lord” because of its timeless message and relevance to today’s world. Marley adds to his repertoire of collaborations with music legends such as Mick Jagger and forming the group ‘Super Heavy,’ showcasing his distinct sound and artistry.

The single is available on all digital platforms, coinciding with the 52nd anniversary of Harrison’s Concert for Bangladesh, the first major benefit concert in history that raised funds and awareness for the humanitarian crisis in Bangladesh. Marley hopes that his song will inspire people to support causes close to their hearts and make a positive difference in the world.


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David July 28, 2023 - 4:24 PM

JR. GONG 🔥🔥🔥

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