The message of love and solidarity behind Bob Marley's timeless classic, 'One Love', has never been as important as it is now, as millions continue to face a relentless COVID-19 epidemic.
This is why the family of the legendary artist are reimagining the iconic song to help raise funds for UNICEF's Coronavirus response. Undertaken in collaboration with Amplified Records, Stephen, Cedella and Skip Marley reached out to artists from across the world, with none other than Sudanese rapper, TooDope, one of said artists.
Set for release on July 17th, the campaign asks for donations, which another partner of the project, jewellery brand Pandora, will match.
TooDope, real name Tayeb Hajo, is one of the key players on the dynamic Sudanese hip-hop scene and found popularity in delivering socially aware and reflective lyrics that speak to the contemporary Sudanese generation. In 2019, in light of the Sudanese revolution, he released the politically charged track 'Talk About It', while 2020 has seen him team up with RoTation for collaborative EP, Injaz.
You can donate to the campaign here.