Marr, who grew up in Old Harbour, St. Catherine has been a victim to hardship and as such he describes the single as “heartfelt” and “real”. Deriving inspiration from the likes of Sizzla Kalonji and I-Wayne, Marr believed that his lyrics should speak to social commentary on Jamaican life and on topics of love and prosperity. He shared “I want to be remembered for doing foundation music, it is very important for me to make a positive mark in the music industry”.
With the feedback from the single ‘Star of Wonder’, Marr and his management team aim to shoot a video to compliment the single. It will be shot by Haynes Video Production and N.F.E Entertainment.“This video will depict exactly what the song speaks to and at the end of it I hope to deliver a clear message to those in authority, that Jamaica needs change” shared Marr.
In addition to the release of this video, 10 Star Recordz is working closely with the artiste to complete his first mix tape entitled ‘Rebellution’. This mix tape is a full hard hitting social commentary inspired by African consciousness and aims to uplift an “unconscious mind”. Marr is set to release ‘Rebellution’ in June and his album ‘Artistic Connection’ later this year.