Embarking on their second decade together, with no signs of slowing down, what can we expect next from Rebelution? Is there a new Rebelution album coming our way? Get ready for it, because Rebelution has something brewing for us. They are hitting the recording studio like wildfire and are excited to be making new music again.
Bassist, Marley Williams, shares on twitter that they have been working in the Paramount Recording Studios in West Hollywood, thanking Grammy award winning producer Neal Pogue for working with them. The sound master, Pogue, is best known from his work with Outkast, TLC and Stevie Wonder. More recently he has worked with artists such as Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, playing a huge part in producing today’s biggest hits.
In a recent October post, Marley posted on twitter and Instagram that he and guitarist/vocalist Eric Rachmany were in the “creation station” with producer Don Corleon mixing up some dub beats, expressing this one to be a big tune. Don Corleon is a multi-platinum producer/specialized beat maker in reggae, dancehall and dub mixes. This collaboration is definitely a hint that Rebelution plans on exploring the depth of their potential with their reggae music for their next album.
Though in the works, we are not sure when we can expect a new album from Rebelution. The guys kept busy this year touring, in addition to the Septemeber release of their Acoustic release of Count Me In.
Eric spent some time with Through the Roots, being featured on their single, “Bear With Me” that was released February 3rd of this year. You can also find Eric on Stick Figure’s new album, Set in Stone, where he is featured on their track “Mind Block”.
If you just can’t get enough Rebelution, don’t miss out on their recently announced Winter Greens tour. Joining them in the South will be the New York based reggae band, New Kingston, who released their latest album, ,in January of this year. Raining from Jamaica is reggae dancehall style artist, Protoje, who will be jamming with Rebelution as they come back to the west coast, performing two nights in a row in both Santa Cruz and Ventura.
Listen: Rebelution – Count Me In (Acoustic Album)