First Quater


We are still in the first quarter of the year and I have to admit... it’s been off to an incredibly crazy start. I wish that I could tell you what’s next but this time around I am in the passenger seat simply enjoying the ride. If I could tell you one thing that I’ve learned over time it is to trust your instincts and go for it. Embrace the journey. Be patient. The universes timing is impeccable. It’s no need to fight against it. #Look4DaLogo


Dream. Drive. Determination.



I’m back in the lab. Well... I’m actually in the studio quite often but it feels good to be back in the zone. I find that as an artist it is important to make music and fine tune your craft as often as possible but it is equally as important to know when “it’s time.” I can’t wait to see what’s on the other side of this!



In this visual you will see many of the creatives of Philadelphia in unison standing at attention near the notorious Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rocky Steps. You'll see many of the faces of some of the most talented artists from Philadelphia standing with Jordan as they all use that Philadelphia grit to continue to put their city on the map as the hotbed of beautiful music, art, and culture. When asked about what Jordan most wanted to convey with this visual he stated "What was most important to me about this visual was to see as many creatives in the same space and let God do what he does. To me...that’s Enormous." 

This video is Directed by Cristopher Schafer.

Press play and join in on the journey as Jordan is just giving you a cracked door view into what the future holds for the city where freedom, liberty, and justice was first just an idea before becoming rights for all.


The Hustlers (official video)


Directed by Cristopher Schafer, the visual follows Dayne through his experiences, in a dream-like state as he tries to decipher between the real and surreal occurring in his life at each moment, all the while, questioning the meaning behind it all. Executive produced by DJ Jazzy Jeff, the song narrates the visual while allowing the viewer to draw their own conclusion, and to wonder where this Journey will lead Dayne next.