Rob Redding is the author of five
consecutive best selling books, two best selling albums and a best
selling diet guide.
Redding's most recent
book, "Not a Nonviolent Negro: How I Survived Obama" debuted at No.
1 on Amazon.com in three categories in March 2013. The book, which
was released on March 5, was on
No. 1 on Amazon.com "Best Sellers List" in "Nationalism"
and "Hot New Releases" in the "Social
Philosophy" and "Nationalism"
categories respectfully. It is his most
successful book to date. The book also has a soundtrack "Not a
Nonviolent Negro" which also debuted on Amazon.com at No. 1 among
"Hot New Releases" in "Disco".
The book and album were released on the same day.
The "Not a Nonviolent
Negro" album was a follow up to his dance album "Unleash the Whip!",
which was released on Dec. 4, 2012 on iTunes and Amazon.com via CD
Baby. The album, which also takes portions of his talk show and sets
them to heavy dance beats, reached
No. 2 on Amazon.com
"Hot New Releases" in the "DJ & Dance" "House" category and got 3
1/2 stars from former About.com dance music critic Jimi Bruce.
Redding's second most successful book, Disrupter: Pathway to
Political Independence, debuted at
No. 1 on Amazon.com
Hot New Releases - Political Reference list on Aug. 13, 2012 and
remained there for more than a week. The book is considered a
reference guide for independents and includes parts of Redding's
His e-book, Resurrection: A Historical
Anthology of two Forgotten African American Philosophers reached
No. 3 on the Amazon.com "Hot New Releases"
list in less than a week after it was released in April 2012.
That same month, his "One a Day Fade Away" diet e-guide
hit No. 29 on "Amazon's Best Sellers" list.
His e-book, "Where's the Change?: Why
Neither Obama, nor the GOP Can Solve America's Problems",
has been ranked number 30
on the Amazon.com "Top 100"
for best sellers less than one month after it was released in
January of 2012.
He has also authored the
critically acclaimed e-book, "Hired
Hatred: Why politicians and the political prejudices they tout are
mutually exclusive from good government."
is said to "invoke an activist spirit," according
to a review in
by New York's Black Star News.
book peaked at
No. 3 on the "Amazon.com Best Sellers" list on
March 16, 2013.