Canada’s Ro Joaquim remakes classic Bob Marley 1973 original: Watch the in-studio visual for ‘Burn & Loot’

Sampling Bob Marley and the Wailers—and you aren’t kin to the Marleys—isn’t something that we see or hear every day, so when we received Canadian artist Ro Joaquim’s video for ‘Burn & Loot’, there was a natural interest. Upon checking out his flip of ‘Burnin’ and Lootin’’, we were met with lyrics about corruption, race, and more, which were well-composed. Watch the in-studio video below for the high-energy track produced by Billy Wild.

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