Fall in love again to Yohan Marley’s ‘Brickell’ featuring his brother Jo Mersa Marley: Watch the visual

Today, Jamaican singer-songwriter Yohan Marley shares the official video for ‘Brickell’, a smooth love song about spending time with the person you love. When you become accustomed to being in the presence of another person, it isn’t easy to be away from them. When the COVID-19 lockdown first happened, it was hard to come to terms with our new reality. As someone who travels and goes out all the time, I felt like it may change everything about who I am as a human being and professional. I have yet to walk the streets of Miami. However, I’ve learned there is an area, in Miami-Dade County called Brickell, and seemingly the vivacity/urban feel from the city inspires Yohan Marley throughout the global pandemic.

It is wondrous to hear where people find inspiration. The song also features a verse from Jo Mersa Marley, his brother. Check out the visual below. Above all, the ad-libs/background vocals are the cherry on top. They made me laugh.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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