The Marley family and Amplified Music have reimagined Bob Marley’s iconic song, “One Love” in support of UNICEF’s coronavirus response. This new version features members of the Marley family as well as artists from various parts of the world, including conflict zones and refugee camps. This global project is raising funds to support children most affected by COVID-19 in developing countries, where help is urgently needed. Find out more about the project and how you can support on oneloveoneheart.org.
Featured artists in the song: Cedella Marley (US/Jamaica), Stephen Marley (US/Jamaica), Skip Marley (US/Jamaica), Ghetto Youths Foundation (Jamaica), 249Too Dope (Sudan), Amrit Kaur (UK), Babsy (Mali), Dawtas of Aya (Brazil), Jason Tamba (DRC), Kim Nain (Jamaica), Manifesto JA (Jamaica), Mermans Mosengo (DRC), Natty (UK/Lesotho), Patoranking (Nigeria), Raja Kumari (India/US), Teeks (New Zealand).
With special appearances in the video by: Rita Marley (US/Jamaica), Valerie Amos (UK/Guyana), Mark Kopuas (New Zealand), Kareena Kapoor Khan (India), Lena Headey (UK), children from Road To Freedom, Ghetto Youths Foundation (Jamaica), The Dharavi Dream Project (India), Manifesto JA (Jamaica).
Also featured in the video: Alexander Goodeve-Docker (UK), Damascus Voice (Syria), Jason Kwan (Hong Kong/UK), Kehlani Reid (UK), Mia Bailey (UK), Raiza Gumayan (UK), Ra’ed Khan (UK/Pakistan), Asha Albert (UK), Sebastian Goodeve-Docker (UK), Kultar Grover (UK), Tao Sass (UK), Zayyan Ali (UK/Pakistan), Tiyana (UK), Okode (UK), Nyahla Asante (UK), Desire (UK), Marshae (UK), Margo Chalmers (UK).
Music producers: Stephen Marley and Gil Cang Music video director and editor: Jamie Thomas