Biography

Hailing from the Eastside of Toronto, singer/songwriter Rochelle Jordan is a pivotal figure in the future sound of R&B /POP; a transcending force, Rochelle is known for her innovative yet throwback inspired, uncommon melody, lyrics, production and vocals.

Rochelle built a cult following with past full length releases titled ROJO and PRESSURE. The results included critical acclaim from Billboard to Fader Magazine, countless blogs and award nominations including Sirius XM, MOBO, and BBC airplay. UK recording artist Jessie Ware took notice and in 2013 invited Rochelle Jordan to serve as main support for her first U.S. Tour. After relocating to Los Angeles, Rochelle wrote & performed on Childish Gambino’s Grammy Nominated “Because The Internet” with the single Telegraph Ave. Soon after, Rochelle charted number 1 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound in early 2014 with the single “Follow Me”. After teasing fans with a snippet of new music produced by Illangelo (Drake, The Wknd, Florence & The Machine), Rochelle released the KLSH produced single “LOWKEY”. This past November, she appeared on Adult Swim’s “Black Dynamite” as Cindy in the “How Honeybee Got Her Groove Back” episode. Rochelle recently released her debut album “1021” Independently via iTunes, Spotify, and her personal web-store. Winter 14-15 ROJO is on tour with JMSN.

www.rochellejordan.com

You can follow on twitter at www.twitter.com/rochelle_jordan

Edited by Klash2def on 1 Jan 2015, 12:10

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