Broadtube Music ChannelJordan Joseph

December 15, 2017by Kolade Olamide0

Tell us about yourself. 

Born in Lansing, Michigan, Jordan has plenty of rich material from which to draw for his poetry and his music. His biological father wasn’t in his life as a child, and he was in a near-fatal car accident when he was three months old. He was dead for two minutes, and doctors told his mother and grandmother that it was a miracle that he was alive. A scar on his head is a daily reminder of the accident. But Jordan overcame the incident and fell in love with music. His stepfather was a producer, and he and his family always had a studio in their house. Jordan loved being in the studio with his stepfather and performing with his family. “I liked the idea of performing and having people watch,” Jordan explains. “As a kid, you don’t think about the fear of it or being judged. There was so much freedom in terms of getting in front of the family and singing and dancing all together.” As a kid, Jordan imagined himself in a group in order to insulate himself with the type of love he didn’t get from his real father. In school, he performed in musicals and sang in both his church and high school choirs.

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Tell us about yourself as an artist. 

I am everything love. I truly believe that my heart is my gift to this world. I want to inspire love through my writing and music overall. Love is literally everything I am.

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Tell us about the story behind your song. 

I fell in love 2 years ago. I was in true love having realized I had never truly received the reciprocated level of love I gave. The song is literally the story of the last time we were together and how I felt after in dealing with the hurt of heartbreak.

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Tell us about the challenges you are facing as a musician. 

Being a male artist and writer that represents love, you don’t see that much.

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Tell us about the recording and production of the song.

I had a meeting with Grammy Nominated producer Drew Scott (Druski) and during our very first session he began to make a beat from scratch and as I sat and listened I had one of my infamous “poetry moments” which then became “Cruel Intentions”.
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Tell us the names of blogs, radio or TV stations that have supported you so far.

KissFM 104.7

@HollywoodUnlocked on Instagram.

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Tell us more about your music career, experience and future goals. 

My introduction to the world of music was my first cover “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur which I released on Earth Day. This song means so much to me as I actually met him a month later at my job. I plan to do more romantic covers and write and do music of my own. I hope to release an EP – 2/14/18.

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Tell us what inspires you to write, compose and sing.

Love.

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Tell us the secret behind making a hit song. 

Being vulnerable enough to write or sing about the truth.

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Tell the kind of advice you will give to an upcoming artist. 

Stay true to you no matter how long it takes to “Make It” you will be loved genuinely for being yourself.

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Elaborate on your music careers, albums, songs, tours, recognition or awards you might have obtained. 
Jordan Joseph “Cruel Intentions”.

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Tell us how you write your lyrics, compose, sing and record in the studio.

Everything for me comes out as poetry. I have to find the melody after.

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Name the artists you are willing to collaborate with. 

Keri Hilson, Ne-Yo, Ed Sheeran, ZAYN, Justin Beiber, Kehlani, Tank.

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State the links to your social networks and stores for purchase of your songs.

IG

@IMJORDANJOSEPH

www.facebook.com/IMJORDANJOSEPH

www.twitter.com/superhumanjb

Apple Music, Itunes and Amazon for purchase.

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Tell us about your happiest day and saddest day. 

Meeting my niece was the happiest day.

The day my grandfather passed was the saddest as he was my first inspiration and piece of hope in music. He believed in me the most.

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Tell us how you will spend a million dollars. 

I would buy a hotel or old apartment building for homeless and families without a place to go.

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Tell us about your song. 

It’s about the heartbreak of true love. To miss someone in more ways than the actual relationship. It’s about connection.

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Tell us how you manage other activities with your music career. 

I work 2 jobs and when I am not there I am working on music or in the gym.

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Tell us five artists you can regard as legends. 

Prince, Michael Jackson, Eminem, Backstreet Boys, Celine Dion.

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Tell us your future plans pertaining music. 

I want to tour the world and sing music inspiring love.

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Tell us the reason you are into music. 

Music like love is the universal language of the world.

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Tell us your view on old school music and new school music in terms of preference. 
Old school music left a feeling in the heart and more of a worldly impact. The artist had to work harder to touch people. Music back then just felt more important and genuine. New school music seems to be only for the moment.

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Tell us your most memorable day as an artist. 

Meeting James Arthur on a difficult day for me. Thoughts of giving up then he walks into my job. This is the guy whose album changed my life and also became my first cover.

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Tell us what you would do for the people if you found yourself in a position of power. 

I would create a platform where we would all be equal and able to touch the world.

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