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10/23/15

Get your weekend started with a little help from London-based Charley Marley, who's signed to DCD2—also home to Fall Out Boy—and managed by Crush.

Seen left with Pete Wentz, Marley is currently touring as opening support for FOB on their U.K./Euro dates.

His breakout single, "Bad Things With Jamaicans," is an in-your-face, electro-pop jam. Layered with splashy sounds, driven by a funky bass line and made charming by a horn hook, the earworm is nothing short of sweat-inducing. "Bad Things" has earned more than half a million plays on Soundcloud since its release a month ago. Listen below.