Ziggy Marley has announced the details for his next studio album, More Family Time, which will arrive on September 18th via Tuff Gong Worldwide. The forthcoming album will act as a follow-up to 2009’s Family Time, and will be his first solo release since 2018’s Rebellion Rises.

More notably, the 11-track album will be filled with a mix of all-star guest performers including Ben Harper, Sheryl Crow, Busta Rhymes, Tom Morello, Alanis Morissette, brother Stephen Marley, and even actress Jamie Lee Curtis to name a few.

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Marley shared the lead single to go with the album’s announcement on Friday entitled, “Play With Sky”, which features a guest appearance from Ben Harper.

“Gather the children around and have a listen to the first single [“Play With Sky”] with brother Ben Harper from my upcoming kids/family album More Family Time,” Marley mentioned via his Instagram with the single’s arrival on Friday. “And hey, have some fun while doing it. JAH know the children could use it in these times.”

Listen to the feel-good new single via his colorful music video below.

Ziggy Marley feat. Ben Harper – “Play With Sky”

[Video: Ziggy Marley]

Click here to pre-order More Family Time.

Earlier this month Marley staged a live stream concert at the CEEK VR Studio in Los Angeles where he paid tribute to his father, Bob Marley.

More Family Time Tracklist

1. “Play with Sky” (feat. Ben Harper)
2. “Everywhere You Go” (feat. Sheryl Crow)
3. “Music Is in Everything” (feat. Lisa Loeb)
4. “Move Your Body” (feat. Tom Morello, Busta Rhymes and Isaiah Marley)
5. “Jambo” (feat. Angelique Kidjo)
6. “Please Excuse Me Thank you” (feat. Alanis Morissette)
7. “Garden Song of Miracles” (feat. Stephen Marley)
8. “Goo Goo Ga Ga”
9. “My Dog Romeo” (feat. Romeo)
10. “Wonderful People” (feat. The Marley Kids)
11. “Today I Feel Silly” (Jamie Lee Curtis reading her kids book, CD bonus track)

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