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Mike Rebel & T.Pain Unveil Single ‘Paint Me In God’ Inspired By Controversial H&M Advert

Rapper, poet, storyteller Mike Rebel is getting ready to drop what is set to be one of the heaviest hip-hop debut albums of 2018.  Growing from the so-called  “Jungles”, a low-income neighborhood of south central Los Angeles, Mike Rebel is an artist whose life and music collide to create a rhythmic, hard-hitting body of work unseen and unrivaled in the industry.

His new album “Hiding In Plain Sight” features rappers from French Montana, CeeLo Green, Nelly, Nipsey Hussle, Gucci Mane and T.Pain who now Unveiled the single ‘Paint Me In God’ Inspired By Controversial H&M Advert.

In a comment Rapper, Mike Rebel said “Growing up young and black in America, there is often a story told about you before you have a chance to tell one yourself. I feel in this way a lot of people deal with the same things and get painted in whatever colours people choose… whether from fear, ignorance, or just hate. Paint me in God talks to those people who would paint anyone. To those people, I say… paint me in God.”

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