Australian DJ Fisher is trying to inspire a whole new generation of Bob Marley fans ahead of the release of the reggae star's biopic movie.
He’s been whipping out an edit of Bob Marley and the Wailer's timeless 1977 tune ‘Jammin’’ during his shows recently and finally shared a snippet of it on his social media.
In the caption, he writes that the full remix will be out soon and it comes as a way to celebrate the Valentine’s Day release of ‘Bob Marley: One Love’, a biopic about the Jamaican musical legend.
Commenters on the post are pretty hyped to get the full song in their playlists.
“Yes, yes, yes,” his wife Chloe wrote. “Cannot wait for this one to be out.”
“Jesus wept!” said another commenter.
“TRACK OF 2024,” a third added. “YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST.”
“I didn’t know what FIRE was until now,” one more wrote.
Rather than following the artist's story from birth to death, the film will simply cover two years of Marley's life.
According to BBC, the film opens in 1976, when he was already an established star and his home country of Jamaica was in "political turmoil".
As things got worse and worse, he decided to throw a concert for peace. Not everyone was happy about this as Marley and his partner Rita were both shot at during a rehearsal just days out before the gig.
Escaping the chaos but not giving up his career, Marley would move to London to record what would become one of his most celebrated albums, 'Exodus'.
"It was a critical time for him," said director Reinaldo Marcus Green, "rich in character and history. By focusing on that, we get to shine some light into the man he was."
'Bob Marley: One Love' will be released in Aotearoa cinemas on February 14th and you can bet I'll be copping a ticket ASAP.