Rochelle Jordan Signs to TOKiMONSTA’s Young Art Records & Shares New Single

Today, Rochelle Jordan is thrilled to announce she’s signed to TOKiMONSTA’s Young Art Records. In conjunction with the announcement, she presents her new single, “GOT EM.” Jordan’s first piece of new music since last year’s single, “Fill Me In,” in addition to collaborations with the likes of Jacques GreeneMachinedrumJimmy Edgar, and others , “GOT EM” levitates with classic handbag house. Produced by KLSH with additional production by Machinedrum, the track is versatile enough for underground raves or witching hour headphone reveries, invoking the sounds of Crystal Waters and Aaliyah.

“‘GOT EM’ is my song of Affirmation,” says Jordan. “I wrote it in 2017, a time where I had an intense epiphany about life. I started to become much more spiritually aware than I have ever been before. All the repetition in this song is my way of being able to meditate on these words of encouragement and confidence, affirm and push through. Talking my shit in the first verse, to speaking and encouraging whoever is listening in the second, I just wanted this song to seep into the veins of whoever needs to be lifted.”

Listen to Rochelle Jordan’s “GOT EM”

 Born in London to British-Jamaican parents, Jordan and her family relocated to the eastside of Toronto in the early ‘90s. Her father, a drummer, encouraged her love of art and instilled an appreciation for Northern soul, and Jamaican reggae and dancehall. Bleeding through the walls of her childhood bedroom, the adolescent Jordan soaked in the record collection of her older brother: funky UK house, nocturnal drum and bass, garage, and all the gospel samples contained therein.

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