Rebel Layonn blends conscious reggae and words beats and leaves his audiences with a sense of joy, courage, empowerment and love using positive and powerful messages in his music that leads to a sense of universal love and respect for all life.
Originating from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, he is perceived as one of the rare conscious voices of the reggae movement. Following his migration to New-York, he found himself exposed to genres like Hip Hop and Raggamuffin, that would later influence him to develop his own pieces with a unique style.
Rebel Layonn targets reggae rhythm, including dancehall, all with the strict intention to spread a message of conscious elevation to a worldwide audience, expressing himself in English and Creole.
Sharing the stage with Elephant Man, Red Rat, Sael, JAHFE and many more, he has positively vibrated audiences throughout Haiti and Dominican Republic, selling out clubs, festivals, street shows, socio-cultural events and fundraisers.
His 2012 release, “Youth Empowerment” was produced by Will Wells from Berkeley University and highlights Rebel Layonn's versatility with different genres of music.
To Rebel Layonn music is a mission, and he is the instrument to free all from oppression and all forms of pollution, touching the deepest aspects of love, supreme peace and universal unity.