You may know HAHA as the hilarious shorty in South Korean variety shows like “Running Man” and “Infinity Challenge”, but did you know that he is also in a group with leading K-reggae artiste Skull?

Skull&HAHA debuted in 2012 with their first reggae album titled “Skull&HAHA YA MAN”. Thanks to their uncommon musical style (reggae isn’t used much in K-Pop), they managed to gain popularity for their unique and fun songs.

Source: Officially K Music

For their latest single, they collaborated with Grammy award-winning reggae artist, Stephen Marley, son of legendary Bob Marley, and released “Love Inside”. What a pleasant surprise for fans!


“Love Inside” is an upbeat reggae song about fighting through tough times with love and happiness. The song starts with Stephen’s distinctive voice, saying “From Korea to Jamaica, reggae music,” and from there, you can feel the cheerful vibe throughout the track.

This is definitely a song that will brighten up your day 🙂

The music video was shot in Los Angeles in a light pastel filter and although it is a very simple video, you can see the love the 3 artistes have for reggae musict. As Bob Marley is a huge music role model for Skull&HAHA, there are scenes filmed against a Bob Marley mural.

The duo’s agency, Quan Entertainment, said that when Skull was active with Billboard in the US, he met Stephen Marley through an acquaintance. That is why they were able to invite the artiste for a collaboration.

Watch the music video below:


Although there aren’t any news on whether or not Skull&HAHA will be promoting their single on stage, we are excited to see what the duo will cook up for their next song.

“Love Inside” was released yesterday (30th March). Make sure to stay tuned to Skull&HAHA’s Twitter for more updates.

Source: Officially K Music.

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