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Ziggy Marley is a scion of the first family of reggae music. The Jamaican musician and philanthropist is not only a standard bearer of the genre, he is also active in promoting emancipation from mental slavery through education, social activism and healthy living. This month's In Tune cover story covers it all.

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Martin & Co.
  1. Adventures on Earth (From "E. T.") John Williams 9:47
  2. Be Kind Marshmello & Halsey 2:53
  3. Can't Stay Here Tucker Beathard 3:21
  4. Level of Concern twenty one pilots 3:40
  5. Up Close Like a Fender Rhodes Tronikk 3:05
  6. What Am I Gonna Do Today? The Regrettes 3:50
  7. Big Climb Everything Everything 3:54
  8. Blank Marquee [Explicit] [feat. G-Eazy] Yuna 3:41
  9. Kyoto Phoebe Bridgers 3:05
  10. Catch & Release (Deepend Remix) Matt Simons 3:15
  11. Fire
  1. Jerusalema (feat. Burna Boy & Nomcebo Zikode) [Remix] [Radio Edit] Master KG 3:54
  2. Head & Heart (feat. MNEK) Joel Corry 2:46
  3. The Other Side Shoshana Bean 4:15
  4. Kings & Queens Ava Max 2:42
  5. UN DIA (ONE DAY) J Balvin, Dua Lipa, Bad Bunny & Tainy 3:52
  6. Before You Go Lewis Capaldi 3:36
  7. Kom Wat Dichterbij (Uit Liefde Voor Muziek) Regi, Jake Reese & OT 3:25
  8. Looking for Me Paul Woolford, Diplo & Kareen Lomax 3:32
  9. Breaking Me Topic & A7S 2:47
  10. Watermelon Sugar Harry Styles 2:54
  11. Control Zoe Wees 3:51
  12. Dynamite BTS 3:19
  13. Blinding Lights The Weeknd 3:22
  14. Someone To You BANNERS 3:40
  15. Heather Conan Gray 3:18
  16. In My Bones Ray Dalton 3:11