Joe Jackson Jumps Back Into Music With Rock/Hip-Hop Group The Rebellion

(AllHipHop News) Joe Jackson, the father of Michael Jackson and his family of legendary singers, has taken a new Hip-Hop/Rock group under his wing. The Jackson family head is now helping guide the careers of The Rebellion, a five-piece, multi-cultural band that fuses rock music with Hip-Hop music and cites The Beatles, Prince, Run-DMC and others as influences. The group, which currently has a single out titled "Grown N Sexy" featuring Miami rap star Trina, is planning to release their debut album The Gate: 11:11 before the end of 2010. “The Gate 11:11,” holds significant meaning because “11:11” is when we are all one. The numbers in it are symbolic. Everyday at that time everyone is suppose to remind themselves we are all one—to express to those around them love at that moment in time,” band member Angelikenesis said.This Friday (October 22nd) at 10:00 AM, Joe Jackson and The Rebellion will make an exclusive appearance on AllHipHopRadio with studio host Will 2 B., where they will discuss their new music, upcoming plans and their relationship with Joe Jackson. To ask The Rebellion and Joe Jackson questions during their live interview, visit or on Twitter at @AHH_Radio or @allhiphopcom. In related news, Joe Jackson is suing Dr. Conrad Murray for $10-$500 million dollars, for his alleged role in the death of Michael Jackson.