Pro Trump supporter/singer releases album on unity

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Today, Ricky Rebel released his highly anticipated single and music video American Rebel on August 28th via AWAL, Kobalt Music Group.

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The single features rock guitarist Tommy Joe Ratliff (Adam Lambert’s former guitarist). The single is co-produced by Grammy nominated platinum-selling producer Gary Miller (David Bowie, Cher, Katy Perry) and Ricky Rebel.

In addition, Ricky Rebel has launched the new “American Rebel Collection,” an array of new merchandise, at

The video was shot entirely on an iPhone 11 Pro during the Summer 2020 George Floyd protests / riots.

“It’s a song for all Americans. We are a nation of Rebels and we need to unify now more than ever. In the music video and song for ‘American Rebel,’ I wanted to express this feeling of being trapped that I believe all Americans are experiencing right now. We are trapped in our homes. We are trapped in our minds by the labels that we project onto ourselves and others which divides us and forces us to choose a “team.” No one likes to be labeled and be put in a box. This song expresses my mission to bring the right and left together. I have a little of both sides to my own personality, and in the end, we are ALL Americans. Realizing that and embracing the truth will ultimately heal hearts and set us free.” – Ricky Rebel

American Rebel (Official Music Video)

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About Ricky Rebel:
THEN: In 1997, recording artist Ricky G. burst on the music scene as the lead vocalist of No Authority who toured with 98 Degrees, Destiny’s Child, Aaron Carter, Ashlee and Jessica Simpson among others. Rodney Jerkins (Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears) produced their first album, “Keep On”, and Michael Jackson signed the band to his own MJJ Music custom-label at Sony. In 2000, they signed with Madonna’s Maverick label to release their namesake album. The album reached #18 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart. Their signature hit, “Can I Get Your Number” peaked at #33 on the Billboard Top 40 chart while “I’m Telling You This” appeared on “The Rugrats in Paris” soundtrack. The band then embarked on tour with Britney Spears. Following the break-up of No Authority, Ricky became the lead vocalist of Harlow from 2004-2009 during which time he released “Unstoppable” (2005), mixed and engineered by Jay Baumgardner at NRG Studios and produced by Grammy-winning producer Randy Cantor (Ricky Martin).

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Ricky also leant his voice to films including “Apollo 13” starring Tom Hanks, “Anywhere But Here” starring Susan Sarandon and Natalie Portman and the “Anastasia” soundtrack. In addition, he appeared on episodes of “American Dreams”, “Boston Public”, “Audrina” (Vh1) and starred in Debbie Allen’s ballet, “Pepito’s Story”, which opened at the Kennedy Center in New York City.

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