Rochelle Jordan Returns With “Fill Me In”
British Jamaican-born, Toronto-raised, now LA-based, Rochelle Jordan,today returns with “Fill Me In” off a forthcoming album due out in 2020. Produced by longtime collaborator KLSH, this is the first solo work from Rochelle Jordan since her 2014 critically acclaimed debut full-length, 1021. Listen to the minimal, yet bold, R&B gem HERE.
Says Jordan, “‘Fill Me In’ always makes me float when I hear it but but more than anything this release is me wanting to get back in touch with my day one fans. I know they’ve been waiting awhile for me to open up and honestly so have I… I can be a little shy at times. So I want to start with this track and resume a conversation I so much missed having with them.”
Over the last decade, Rochelle Jordan has become known for her innovative take on R&B, pop, and dance, often arranging her tracks with uncommon melodies, lyrics, production and vocals.Her unique flow has garnered praise from Pitchfork, Vice, Complex, Billboard, Fader, I-D, among others; landed her on US tours with Jessie Ware, JMSN as well as an appearance on Adult Swim’s “Black Celebrity.” Childish Gambino tapped Jordan for his 2013 grammy-nominated Because the Internet album, Jordan co-wrote and featured on the track “III. Telegraph Ave.”
Since the release of 1021 (currently at +10Million streams across DSPs), Jordan has been consistently writing & releasing music with many artists including Illangelo, Machinedrum, Jimmy Edgar and Jacques Greene.
Stay tuned for more Rochelle Jordan news and music to come.
“Fill Me In” is out now, buy/stream it on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and more HERE.