Skip Marley and H.E.R. Drop Music Video for “Slow Down”

Skip Marley. Photo by Michele Eve Sandberg/Shutterstock (9905632al)

H.E.R. is adding another name to the list of amazing artists she collaborated with – the Jamaican singer Skip Marley who joined her in the music video for their new track “Slow Down.”

The Lacey Duke-directed video sees the duo catching each other’s eye at a small café in New York City, meeting again at a crowded party and taking a subway ride after dancing together all night long.

If you think Skip’s last name sounds familiar, it’s not a coincidence, since he happens to be the grandson of the reggae legend Bob Marley. His star is still on the rise, and he collaborated with several major artists – including Katy Perry and Major Lazer – before joining forces with H.E.R.

Marley and H.E.R. performed “Slow Down” for the first time back in October, before teaming up again to film the music video, and he always saw the “Could’ve Been” singer as the perfect collaborator for this track.

“When I made the song, I was looking and wondering who could be a feature and then I thought of H.E.R. because I love her vibe and her energy really. As soon as I heard the [completed] track I was in love. I just grateful that she jumped on the track with me, it means a lot,” Marley told Vibe Magazine.