About Ricky Rebel
Ricky Rebel is a Billboard Top 40 recording artist who has been signed with Michael Jackson’s MJJ custom label at Sony and Madonna’s Maverick label. He has toured with Britney Spears, shared stages with GRAMMY-winning and GRAMMY-nominated artists including Kesha, Mya, Patti Labelle and Colbie Caillat as well as performed throughout the USA, Japan, UK and at festivals including The Cannes Film Festival and SXSW. His “Boys & Sometimes Girls” hit (From “The Blue Album”) reached #28 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart and “If You Were My Baby” (From “The New Alpha”) became a Billboard Top 40 hit.
In 2019, he walked the red carpet at the GRAMMY Awards, followed by an appearance the next morning on FOX & Friends, and ELLE magazine named him, as well as David Bowie and Madonna, to their Most Outrageous GRAMMYs Outfits in History list. Following the GRAMMYs, Ricky toured Japan for the “Champion” concert series including the Global Village Festival in Fukuoka. In Oita, Japan, a tea ceremony was held in his honor with Master Watanabe Tsutomu, the top tea master in Japan. When he returned to the USA, Ricky was invited to perform during the #DemandFreeSpeech Rally in front of the White House in Washington DC and the American Priority Festival at the Trump Doral in Miami with featured speakers including Donald Trump, Jr., and Sarah Sanders.
In 2020, Ricky is back in the studio in Los Angeles with GRAMMY-nominated producer and songwriter Gary Miller (David Bowie, Katie Perry, Cher, Kylie Minogue). In addition, he is a fashion contributor to Us Weekly, supported by MAC cosmetics and signed to Revry TV the world’s first LGBTQ streaming platform. His Revry Original Documentary ‘”Rebels Only” was also nominated for Best Music Documentary at the Out Web Fest Awards.