Major Lazer, Skip Marley take us to church in “Can’t Take it from Me” MV

    The lead single from what may be the trio’s final album.

    Major Lazer Skip Marley Can't Take it from Me MV
    Skip Marley. Image: Major Lazer official YouTube

    Electronic trio Major Lazer—comprising Diplo, Walshy Fire and Ape Drums—have dropped a spiritual video for “Can’t Take it from Me,” featuring Skip Marley.

    Directed by Irrum, the clip stars Marley as a priest who leads a congregation as they pray to a giant stone carving of Major Lazer. “You can’t take the light from the sun / You can’t take the waves from the ocean / You can’t take the wind from the trees / No, you can’t take the love out of me, yeah,” Marley sings over soft beats and an infectious horn refrain.

    “Can’t Take it from Me” is the lead single from Major Lazer’s forthcoming album, rumored to be the trio’s last. The record follows their March release, Africa is the Future, which featured songs like “Tied Up” and “Orkant/Balance Pon It.”

    Watch the video for “Can’t Take it from Me” below: