Nas & Damian Marley

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About Nas & Damian Marley

Marley told Rolling Stone, “We’re trying to have a sound that’s reminiscent of both of us, but not exactly like either,” says Marley, who adds they cut the disc with a live band. Proceeds will go to a project in Africa — possibly building a school in the Congo — and songs like “Count Your Blessings” reflect on the plight of the continent. “A lot of charity albums come off corny,” says Marley. “We want this to be something you’d play in your car.”The album title derives from Nas and Marley’s relationship, their shared African ancestry, and the shared ancestry of the entire human race; which musically and lyrically inspired each recording.

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