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The word eclectic is often overly used to describe artists who do not fit into the confines of a genre of music. As a result, it can sometimes be difficult when searching for the best language to describe an artist like Jordan Bratton.
At the risk of sounding cliché, Jordan Bratton does it all. He writes. He produces. His visuals are creative and thought provoking and his live show is to die for. Jordan does all of these things and all at the tender age of 19. It kind of makes you wonder why no major label has been able to snag such an undeniable talent.
If you’re new to Jordan’s music, start with The Grey Area, one of the most cohesive projects to be released within the last two years. The Grey Area, complete with live instrumental arrangements and intricate lyrical content appeal to not just your ears but also your spiritual and emotional sensibilities.
From Smokey Robinson and Usher to Miguel and Frank Ocean, The Grey Area combines a plethora of elements and sounds reminiscent of all the greats who have come before him.
Press play on Jordan Bratton’s latest effort, Must Be and be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for the greatness that is to come.