Ghetto Youth International
This song is okay if you don't mind not being able to understand a single word. It's fast-paced, a bit intense and extremely repetitive. And when I think of the Marley name, this is not what comes to mind. I don't get the Marley groove from this, but then again I haven't listened to much Damian Marley. If you look up the lyrics, it seems like it's making a statement about being able to be at home anywhere.
If you're into raggae and can handle the intensity of the song, go ahead and press play.