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Rizzle Kicks pay tribute to Bob Marley

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If you're sitting there wondering what Rizzle Kicks are, allow us to explain.

Made up of one half Jordan "Rizzle" Stephens and other half Harley "Sylvester" Alexander-Sule, these cheeky chaps are a hip-hop duo from Brighton. As well as releasing yet another single from their album Stereo Typical (which you can watch below), they've also paid homage to one of their idols, Bob Marley, by starring in a conceptual TV ad for the release of Marley's definitive album Legend.

Rizzle Kicks joined forces with graffiti artist Alex Young on the set of the ad as he was filmed creating a giant mural of musical legend Bob Marley (pictured). A time-lapse film will also be created from the footage of Alex at work as the 12 foot Bob Marley creation is brought to life over the course of the day.

Listen to Rizzle Kicks' new single Even On A Rainy Day below.



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