Coming out of Southern Cali, Ras Rebel is an ever-evolving international selling Reggae artist who sets every stage on fire with his energetic and crowd-pleasing performances. Since Ras Rebels younger days, growing up near the beaches of the Port of Hueneme, he’s had an affinity for singing and performing. From singing and breakdancing on the streets for a few extra dollars to displaying his musical ability in school talent shows, Ras Rebel always kept his musical presence alive. In 1997, he put together a small band named, Small Axe and was given the honor of opening up for the legendary reggae band The Mighty Diamonds. Since ’97 Ras Rebel has put his stamp on the music scene as an urban Rasta creating original reggae music and giving high-energy performances. Ras Rebel sticks to the traditions of old-school reggae by coupling conscious lyrics with hard-hitting rhythms creating a modern day roots reggae. Ras Rebel also drops the occasional club-banger for the dj’s in the dancehall, always pleasing the crowd and always connecting with the people no matter where he’s performing. His positive music, as both a singer and songwriter, is a much-needed food for the masses, making Ras Rebel a great voice for today’s reggae music Ras Rebel has been blessed to share the stage with highly recognized and legendary acts such as Damian Marley, Tribal Seeds, Stevie Wonder, Steel Pulse, The Wailers, Gregory Isaacs, Eek-a-Mouse, Third World, Israel Vibrations, Don Carlos, Cypress Hill. He has toured through California, Hawaii, and the Eastern United States, hosting and headlining numerous festivals and concerts. These festivals and concerts include the 3rd Annual Vibe Awards, Jamaica Gold’s Bob Marley birthday celebration, the 1st Annual Seaside Reggae Festival, the 25th Annual Port Hueneme Beach Days Festival, the 3rd Annual Surf Rodeo, the 1st Annual Aloha Beach Festival, and the 2012 and 2013 City of Trees Festival. Ras Rebel has been featured in the popular NorCal Magazine for the single “Feel Alright” with Junebug Slim and his song titled "Jah bless the Children" was the anthem for the Africa-Mix concerts series, a campaign for children with AIDS in Africa. He has released tracks with the Long Beach Rehab Project, which includes former members of Sublime, Bad Brains, and SmashMouth, one of the tracks being the breakout dubstep remix of "Smoke 2 Joints" a tribute to the late Bradley Knoles featured on his upcoming album " STRONGER" due for release in fall 2015.
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