It's a celebration for Rebelution

It's a celebration for Rebelution

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BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Friday, March 09, 2018

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California-based reggae band Rebelution debuts at number 2 on Billboard's Reggae Digital Song Sales chart with their new single Celebrate .

Celebrate is the lead single from the group's sixth studio album titled Free Rein, which is due for release on June 15 via Easy Star Records. The album features production work from the likes of Winta James and Donovan Bennett.

To date, Rebelution has charted 10 titles on the Billboard Reggae album chart. Their most recent studio release, 2016's Falling into Place was nominated for a Best Reggae Album Grammy. That set has, so far, moved over 40,000 copies.

Rebelution's current lineup consists of Eric Rachmany (lead singer), Rory Carey, Marley D. Williams and Wesley Finley. The group is currently on its Winter Greens Tour which features Jamaican reggae band Raging Fyah as opening act.

Rebelution will commence its Free Rein tour on June 22 with Stephen Marley and Common Kings among others.


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