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Jordan Fall Releases “Good Mourning”

Jordan Fall

Jordan Fall grew up in various parts of Toronto which have greatly contributed to the diversity and versatility articulated in his music. Jordan dropped out of school and was making ends meet by DJing at various venues around the city among other side hustles. While DJing he met fellow local artists Daniel Ceasar and Sean Leon and naturally became a member of their IXXI Initiative focused on music, art, and technology. Therefore, while on a trip to Los Angeles, Sean and Jordan were working on songs. that was well received and led to Jordan pursuing music full time. 

Jordan Fall On The New Single

“Good Mourning was inspired by personal vendettas and the personal need to make a  statement amongst peers and non-believers alike.” 

– Jordan Fall

Jordan’s music is in notable music outlets such as The Fader and Complex. Secondly, you will find his music on major editorial playlists. The list includes Apple Music and Spotify. 2021 is gearing up to be a big year for Jordan as he works towards releasing his debut project. Moreover, dropping more content for fans. Fresh off the release of his latest video single “The Get Back” in April, Jordan delivers. Fortunately, this time it is with another solid single “Good Mourning”. Jordan’s deep and commanding vocals bounce smoothly over the beat, a  unique blend of melody and aggression.

A video for “Good Mourning” will be dropping in a few weeks. For now, the song is available on all streaming platforms. Be on the lookout for more new music and content from Jordan. Today, check out his new single here!

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