Jordan Royale
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Jordan Royale

Bayonne, New Jersey, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2017

Bayonne, New Jersey, United States
Established on Jan, 2017
Band Hip Hop Rock




"Rolling Stone"

Royale's winning tune, "Pornhub Anthem," is a fusion of quasi-trappy rap and EDM - Kory Grow

"Complex Mag"

Royale's rap infused cut name drops at least ten vixens at the top of the song before he explains how pornography is an escape from a bad day. It's like a "Fap meets rap" collaboration. - Justin Davis

"Noisey / Vice"

One artist, Jordan Royale (which would also make a great pornstar name), spoke straight into my soul with this line: "I like watching porn when I have a bad day. It's like jerking off flushes all the pain away.” Yes, Jordan Royale. YES. Let’s get a beach house together on Martha’s Vineyard and be soul mates because you understand me better than my family or my friends or my therapist, Dr. Gina Sussmann. - Dan Ozzi

"America's Got Talent"

Jordan's hand movements are great! Fashion definitely plays a role in his performance! - Meg Mcalduff


Still working on that hot first release.



In 2009, Jordan had landed a spot on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, heard a few wise words of advice from Nick Cannon and kept moving forward. After several podcasts and radio interviews at his local radio-station Y102 FM, Jordan had released a 4 track EP in 2011 after several scrapped songs. The album, ‘Sew, Stitch, and Bury the Bitch’, was recorded with the likes of mastering engineer, Tom Volpicelli (Iggy Pop, Jeffree Star, Pat Benatar). The EP was later pulled from iTunes at Jordan's request. Moving to NYC metro area later that year, Jordan was welcomed to be a part of a movement called, "Yacht Club Music Group". Once on board, Jordan had opened for star acts such as Juicy J, Mobb Deep, Wu-Tang Clan and Digable Planets. Returning to his solo roots, Jordan has played at countless venues in New York and opened up for artists such asTwisted Insane and Psychotic Records’ Anybody Killa. Royale’s “Pornhub Anthem” is currently featured on which has garnered over 55,000 views since its release mid May 2015. The song, “Nobody Understands” off his album, “Detox”, was also produced by Tony Fadd (Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen”, currently #3 on Billboard’s Top 100). With a lyrical style so divine, a cult following, and a sound Rolling Stone classifies as "quasi-trappy rap and EDM", be on the lookout for some MAJOR waves from the ever-evolving Jordan Royale. Jordan also has an extensive acting resume, for more information click on the Press Tab.

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