Monday, April 4, 2016


Peace to all make sure to keep up with new episodes of Ñ Don't Stop, dropping every Monday and Wednesday via TeleSur English. This week we got Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel stuttering at the airport when asked about #LaquanMcDonald and the #CTUstrike! Ha! Plus a report back from #BernieInTheBronx. WATCH:

Thursday, March 10, 2016


Tuesday, March 1, 2016

WATCH: Rodrigo Starz "Can You Call It Love"

After nearly a decade of rockin as 1/2 of revolutionary Hip Hop group Rebel Diaz, Rodrigo Starz releases his 1st solo single "Can You Call It Love," the DJ Charlie Hustle produced track in which Starz opens up a bit about being a new father and husband and how the revolution starts at home. Check out the official music video directed by Sense Hernandez of Beast Factory Films. Stay tuned for the album ‪#‎FreeFamilyPortraits‬ coming out March 10th.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

New EPK!

As we approach our 10 year anniversary, we wanted to share a new visual where we talk about our music, community work, and the future of Rebel Diaz. Pa'lante!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Updates, new videos and more!

Peace to all! We will be navigating to a new site next month but before that, wanted to show love to the last video for our debut album Radical Dilemma, the title track filmed in Athens, Greece during a recent tour.

Make sure to stay tuned as 2016 is a big year for Rebel Diaz, with new releases including a solo album from Rodrigo Starz, a collabo with Ferguson MC, Tef Poe, y un nuevo disco de collabos with Latin American artistas como Ana Tijoux, Chico Trujillo, Bocafloja and more.

As always make sure to follow us @RebelDiaz for updates on our TeleSur English program, WBAI-NYC radio show, and more global adventures.. peace and love!

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Monday, November 23, 2015

Salute to the Chicago Teachers Union!

This song was released in 2012, inspired by the Chicago Teachers Union strike and the movement to defend public education.  This struggle continues and we salute the CTU as they defend themselves in the face of more attacks from the City of Chicago and the State of Illinois.