Sharon Marley’s latest single, “Steppah”, pays homage to the classic dance floor days of rocksteady and rub-a-dub. Sharon’s smooth, sultry voice invites us into a narrative that unfolds with the entrance of the quintessential Steppah—the original Jamaican ‘rude bwoy’ Big Youth, exuding street-schooled elegance, charming and untouchable, adorned in signature fashion defining his character.
In this rhythmic manifesto, Sharon’s vocals seamlessly blend with Big Youth’s legendary presence, honoring reggae’s cultural heritage while ushering it into new dimensions. “Steppah” beckons listeners into the dance of life—a celebration of love and resilience, through the timeless spirit of unity and music. Complemented by Sharon’s distinctive 70’s fashion throw-back, “Steppah” takes you back to the days of lover’s rock at a house party. As an artist, her bold eclectic style mirrors the vibrancy of reggae culture, weaving seamlessly into the visual and musical tapestry, resonating with the global influences of Jamaican fashion.