Peace and love to the world: Tarrus Riley sharing ‘good vibrations’ during COVID-19 pandemic

Reggae singer Tarrus Riley

With many challenges now taking place on social media, reggae singer Tarrus Riley is using his influence to spread positivity in a time of great uncertainty.

He recently started the #peaceandlovetotheworld challenge. In this activity, entertainers, both local and international, as well as their fans, are encouraged to share their rendition of reggae legend Bob Marley’s 1977 hit song, Three Little Birds.

The challenge has kicked off with entertainers such as British singer Estelle and Ghanaian artiste Stone Bwoy, as well as dancehall artistes Cham, Kranium, and Noah Powa, also taking part. Reggae artistes like Jesse Royal, Peetah Morgan, Romain Virgo and comedian Majah Hype have all joined in on the challenge.

The purpose of the challenge is to spread positivity and good vibrations from the Caribbean to the world as COVID-19 continues to spread, negatively impacting lives and many economies.