Bob Marley's 'Three Little Birds' Gets Remixed by Son – Song Premiere

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Bob Marley's 'Three Little Birds' Gets Remixed by Son – Song Premiere

Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" radiates feel-good vibes, and this remix by his son Stephen Marley and DJ-producer Jason Bentley takes it to a new level with fresh, snappy snares and revamped synths that put a little extra pop in the positive jam. Marley's classic refrain of "Don't worry about a thing / 'Cause every little thing is gonna be alright," is as invigorating as ever, and the remixed keyboard lead maintains its breezy allure.

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The Jason Bentley and Stephen Marley version of "Three Little Birds" will be on Legend: Remixed, a new collection featuring 15 remixed tracks from Marley and the Wailers' posthumous 1984 album Legend. The track will be available for download through Amazon and iTunes tomorrow, May 14th; a release date for Legend: Remixed has not yet been announced.

This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Bob Marley's 'Three Little Birds' Gets Remixed by Son – Song Premiere
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