The Wailers New Album ‘One World’ Out TODAY

Legendary band, The Wailers, released their new album, One World, via Sony Music Latin today!

This album is the first from the iconic band in over 25 years. It was comprised of 14 songs, including their most recent single “One World, One Prayer,” the song was produced by 19x Grammy winner Emilio Estefan.

The album features plenty of Grammy nominated artists including: Julian Marley, Natiruts, Emily Estefan, Kush Gad, Frederic Yonnet, Jesse Royal, and Carlinhos Brown.

About the release, Aston Barrett Jr. said, “The band is excited and can’t wait for the release. It’s a great album. We give thanks to everyone who has paved the way for our future. My father Aston (Familyman) Barrett has been a great inspiration and teacher, who guided me to this point where we were able to meet Emilio Estefan. Now we have a first class album which we are all proud of.”

The band also released their second single off the album, “Philosophy of Life” today. The music video for this song will be released on September 18.

One World Tracklisting: 

1. One World, One Prayer (Featuring Skip Marley, Farruko, Shaggy & Cedella Marley)   

2. Philosophy of Life 

3. When Love Is Right (Featuring Julian Marley) 

4. Walk and Talk (Never Go Astray) 

5. What A Shame 

6. Destiny 

7. Only In Jamaica 

8. Love Will Find You 

9. It’s Alright, It’s Alright 

10. Can’t Handle The Truth 

11. Good Time 

12. Can’t Get I Out (Rastaman) 

13. Stand Firm Inna Babylon 

14. When Love Is Right (with Natiruts and featuring Julian Marley) 

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Ashling Antolin

Ashling Antolin

Ashling graduated from California State University, Fullerton with a degree in Communications with an emphasis in Journalism. She is especially passionate about entertainment & sports journalism. Her favorite band is Panic! At The Disco, her favorite sports teams are the Dodgers and the Rams, & her favorite social media platforms are Twitter and TikTok. She dreams of one day hosting red carpets for E! Fun fact: her name means "dream" in Gaelic.

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