YG Marley Drops ‘Praise Jah in the Moonlight’ Music Video: A Visual Journey of Love and Unity

YG Marley has finally released the music video for ‘Praise Jah in the Moonlight.’ Since its launch on December 25, 2023, the hit single has amassed over 47 million views and soared to No. 80 on the prestigious Billboard Hot 100 chart. Now, accompanied by stunning visuals directed by the renowned Cole Bennett, the song’s impact has reached new heights.

Filmed against the vibrant backdrop of Jamaica, the music video offers a rich tapestry of scenes that celebrate love, community, and culture. Just one week after making a grand debut at Coachella, YG Marley dropped the awaited visual masterpiece, further cementing his place as a talent to watch.


The video opens with YG Marley gracefully distributing roses—a symbol of love and admiration—set against a backdrop of vivid colours that mirror the spirit of Jamaica. Throughout the video, we witness joyful children playing, enchanting female voices singing along, and Rastafarians immersed in the infectious rhythms of the song. These captivating visuals not only entertain but also embody the essence of the music’s message.

YG Marley Drops Praise Jah in the Moonlight Music Video A Visual Journey of Love and Unity

One of the most heartwarming moments captured in the video is the touching interaction between YG Marley and his mother, Lauryn Hill. Their embrace radiates genuine affection and family unity, underscoring the deep emotional resonance embedded in the song’s lyrics. This poignant scene is a testament to the artiste’s roots and the power of music to forge connections.

Director Cole Bennett’s keen eye for aesthetics is evident in every frame, skillfully blending YG Marley‘s performance with the picturesque landscapes of Jamaica. From lush tropical scenes to bustling local communities, the video pays homage to the island’s beauty and its vibrant cultural heritage.

‘Praise Jah in the Moonlight’ is more than just a song—it’s a rallying call for unity and spiritual affirmation. By showcasing the warmth of human connections and the splendour of Jamaica, the music video invites viewers to embrace the universal themes of hope and celebration.

The song is currently 75 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.


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