New Music: Rebel J. Rose Ushers In A New Fusion To The Art Of Music for 2016

It’s been said that he has the soulful sound of Lenny Kravitz, the passionate screams of Prince and the creativity of Jimi Hendrix. This phenom brings the hard-hitting drums of hip hop; the screaming guitars of rock and the sultry sounds of R&B. Rebel J. Rose has created a new fusion for the future. Born and raised in Virginia, surrounded by stars such as Pharrell, Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Missy Elliott, D’Angelo and many others, Rebel Rose has carved out his own unique niche in this homeland of musical Titans.

New York’s Floss Magazine says Rebel J. Rose is reinventing the alliance between rock and soul; University Chronicles headlines Rebel J. Rose as a new star in the making; and, before his death, USA Today’s music critic Steve Jones highlighted the artist in his Intriguing Discoveries segment. Rebel J. Rose demonstrates why his sound is worthy of prestigious reviews with his popular collaboration Bad Girl featuring Va’s own Pusha T, Rose’s hot & sexy single "Make Her Play" and the latest release "Run Away Love" featuring Treie inspired by escalating cases of domestic violence emerging from the UFC and the NFL. Allow yourself to be captivated by the sounds of Rebel J. Rose; check out his latest music video "Run Away Love" featuring Treie. To see and hear more, go to and

About Rebel J. Rose
Great music touches everyone and transcends boundaries. It is limitless and withstands the tests of time. It has no form, no shape, no texture, yet all textures. It is felt, experienced. It is a gift to the world and as far back as Rebel Rose can remember, it has always had a place in his heart. Inspired by the works of Michael Jackson, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Jimi Hendrix, and Rick James, Rebel Rose began singing as part of a group. There, he fostered skills in harmonizing and collaboration.

As a teen, he ended up as a solo artist and was signed to Big Starz Entertainment. There, he recorded his first maxi single "Are You Ready?" which did well locally. Shortly after, Rebel Rose began creating his own music and developed his skills under producer Nottz Raw, a Virginia native who has worked with artists such as Busta Rhymes, Kanye West, and Snoop Dogg and he also worked with Roosevelt "Bink" Harrell, who was the producer for Jay Z, Kanye West, John Legend, among others. He was also mentored by Andreao "Fanatic" Heard, who has produced music for artists such as Lil’ Kim and Will Smith.

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