Rygin King, Damian Marley Give Uplifting Message in ‘Things Done Change’ Music Video

Friday, May 31, 2024, 1:06 PM

“One king, Dancehall baddest thing,” Rygin King teamed up with one of Bob Marley’s sons, Damian Marley to present a new music video for their collab titled ‘Things Done Change‘. The much-anticipated video was released on Friday, May 31.

It’s a fast-tempo hybrid Reggae song about growth and changes in life that each human must go through. It’s also an eye-opening track that possesses lyrics of hardship, poverty and even “evolution”.

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Damian Marley, Rygin King

Some lyrics, “A far mi a come from to where i am and mi ask mi self who i am.. Things done change now cah mi deh inna the same crowd, yeah yuh can say I am the same man, yet that same man must still grow.”

The visuals feature the Mobay deejay and Junior Gong in different settings, however, mainly in a room, surrounded by men in black as they seemingly negotiate a deal. At the end of the video, both artistes sign off on a plan and get cheered by the men in the room for their endeavours.

‘Things Done Change’ is expected to be on Rygin King‘s album which will be released on June 14, 2024.

Watch the music video below:





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