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REBEL STARR

REBEL STARR

REBEL STARR


When asked to explain why the group, consisting of Back Wordz from Queens and Likwuid from South Carolina, chose the name Rebel Starr, yes spelled with two R’s, the male and female duet and proud 80’s babies almost simultaneously respond “because as ‘Rebels’ we believe in political and socieo-economic consciousness and intentionally use every word you see in our raps ala Public Enemy or Dead President and ‘Starr’ because we are hip hop Rock stars who love to have a fun and make good music”. Read more on Last.fm
When asked to explain why the group, consisting of Back Wordz from Queens and Likwuid from South Carolina, chose the name Rebel Starr, yes spelled with two R’s, the male and female duet and proud 80’s babies almost simultaneously respond “because as ‘Rebels’ we believe in political and socieo-economic consciousness and intentionally use every word you see in our raps ala Public Enemy or Dead President and ‘Starr’ because we are hip hop Rock stars who love to have a fun and make good music”. These two kindred spirits not only share a similar love for hip hop but the two are soul connected by the astrological sign of Aquarius. Foregoing their individual accomplishments from street battles, emcee challenges and underground showcases the two decided to join forces and take on the Music Industry as a tandem. Often compared to the likes of Jean Grae and Mos Def, the pair have performed throughout the East Coast; opening for artist such as Bow Wow, DJ Unk, and DJ Webstar and Young B. With cunning word play, and underlying tones of symbolism, Rebel Starr looks to take the world by storm with subtle messages and music that can knock the ‘thump’ out of any speakers. The groups debut single “Look What I Can Do” is such an effort that looks into the groups ‘fun’ side.

The single is an ode to the vanguards of the 80’s Hip Hop and dancing era that sends you back to a better place in rap music history when all that mattered was the size of the cardboard to do head-spins and that your flattop was even as you ‘whopped’ all night long. The groups 07 delivery combined with producer Ced L Young’s rhythmic bass line will have Soul Train lines popping up all across America guaranteed. And looking down the road for Rebel Starr the group expects an album full of meaningful and sonically pleasing joints, ensuring continued billboard success. But at this time the group wants everyone to ‘expect the unexpected’ and feel rest assured the album when it is done will be ‘true magic. So sit back, relax and enjoy the ride because we know that true magic last only a moment, and once you miss it, it’s gone forever.

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