Model, musician, and Cincinnati’s own Reggie Revels is a force to be reckoned with. Throughout his modeling career, Reggie has
been featured in various advertisements, including nationwide billboards, both national and international commercials, and
major magazine editorials with WIRED® Magazine, O -The Oprah Magazine™, EBONY Magazine, and HYPEBEAST Magazine.
Other brands that have featured Reggie’s likeness and image include Champion® Apparel, Nike, J.C. Penney, Verizon Wireless,
and Macy’s®. Each of these opportunities were secured through his representation with Ford Models NYC & Innovative Artists.
He has expanded his brand and has merged into the music industry by delivering a new approach RapBlues a fusion music through
his latest debut project, The Blue Code. Rap Blues is a feeling of love & power through the souls expressions. Reggie Revels is
the originator of Rap Blues. His passion and energy for all aspects of life is unique and it is certainly captured within his work.
The sounds of pure instrumentation are what drives the creativity behind RAP BLUES. The elements of Soul, R&B, Rap, and
Classic Blues are combined into one to bring an entirely new genre of music to the industry.
The inspiration behind RAP BLUES comes from the Ohio native’s musical influences, which include legends Clifford Brown
and Lee Morgan rock n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry, eternal soul stress Sade, hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur, and other music
moguls such as Miles DavisIce CubeDuke Ellington & Louis Armstrong. These artists have inspired Reggie to become a
successful musician and he is so ready to show the world what he is all about.
“When I think about the idea behind RAPBLUES, I think about the sea. Everything is blue — then again, it’s so much deeper than
just a color. When I speak to people, I usually speak in colors. Incorporating that into the music is the prime driving forcebehind
what I want to get across. Nobody’s thinking about music the way I’m currently thinking about music. I’m ready to radiate the
love I have for it through every project.” — **Reggie Revels**