Pop group My Morning Jacket is also expected to release a new video along the same theme. Marley believes that music is key in getting the message out globally. “Whatever happens to this planet is going to happen to us all. There will also be an after-party on social media platform TikTok hosted by Jayda G. Her set will be accompanied by visuals from the Disney+ series Earth Moods. “We’re making art to make a change and challenge the status quo. It is carded for tomorrow and begins at 8:30 p.m. It’s not going to happen just to the rich or just to the poor. Ziggy Marley has always supported initiatives geared towards saving the earth. Marley will perform “I Don’t Wanna Live On Mars,” which is off of his 2014 album Fly Rasta. “Everything is being done a bit different, but we’re still doing it, which is the main point,” he continued. ET/5:30 p.m. The eldest child of reggae legend Bob Marley and Rita Marley, the renowned artist, told AP News that any time he is needed for such a worthy cause, he would make himself available. Ziggy Marley joins a star-studded cast of earth-conscious artists like Willie Nelson, Yo-Yo Ma, Angélique Kidjo, AURORA, José González, Maggie Rogers, Rostam, and Valerie June. We need more artists like that. The Earth Day concert will be hosted by Jessica Nabongo. “Any time they call me, I’m there for this. PT on National Geographic’s YouTube channel and website. Any time they want me,” he said while speaking from Los Angeles. So I am just happy that we are using art in that way,” he said. The song seems apt for delivering a message about the current situation on earth and how quickly it needs to be corrected. He will get another chance to broadcast his love for mother nature when he takes to the stage to perform at Nat Geo’s Earth Day Eve 2021 streaming concert on Wednesday, April 21. Even though things will look a bit different because of the pandemic, he is confident that the message of conservation can still get out. We need more music like that. We need more art like that in this time. Share this:
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