Jourdan Jade

Featured: Indie recording artist, singer and songwriter Jourdan Jade

Known for her scintillating music she has recently released a new single titled Ima Do Me.

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Just American News is today featuring artist Jourdan Jade. Known for her scintillating music she has recently released a new single titled Ima Do Me. With riveting arrangement and spectacular melodic tones ingrained in the single Ima Do Me definitely provides a distinct musical experience. The main asset of the single is Jourdan’s stunning vocals and the raw emotions that she conveys. Her vocal nuances are splendid and quite powerful. It certainly cajoles us into listening this song on a loop-mode!

The inspiring single stems from her experience of being in an abusive relationship. And thus the tonality has a specific degree of unconcealed realism blended in it. Overall Ima Do Me is a wonderful track and is now streaming on major music streaming services.

Jourdan Jade started releasing her music for public in 2021 and in such a short period of time has several tracks and albums in her discography. Her concerts are also amazing and she is one of the most sort out artists when it comes to opening for mainstream artist too. Her tracks are also playing on radio in Sweden and according to our sources she would be embarking on an International Tour performing in France and Spain next year.

About the artist: Jourdan Jade is an indie recording artist, singer, songwriter and producer, recording in her Vallejo, CA-based production studio. Her debut EP “Jaded” was released April 28th, 2022. Her first single and music video for “Like You Do” was released August 20th, 2021. Her songs often discuss her life as an independent woman, cannabis culture and energy. Jourdan Jade was named the 2022 “Musician of the Year” by the OC Cannabis Awards.

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