Los Angeles-based, Toronto-bred artist, Rochelle Jordan has released her newest single, “Something” from her upcoming album, Play with the Changes, which is set for release on April 30, 2021, via Royal Mountain Records and Young Art Records.
“Something” follows a string of singles, including “NEXT 2 YOU”, “ALL ALONG”, and “GOT EM”, and was produced by Machinedrum and continues to highlight not just Jordan’s own personal evolution, but a path to pushing her sound forward.
“I took a bit of time in 2016 to reflect back on my previous project and realized I had been sitting in the more emotional side of myself and was speaking to being hurt a lot,” says Jordan. ““Something” was the start of me rebelling against my more vulnerable side and learning to let go of expectations. I wanted to learn to have an attitude of “What will be, will be” and that opened up the direction of where my writing would go for this project, less emotional, more nonchalant, and straight-up taking control of myself and situations. Something is a reflection of that mindset for sure.”
“Rochelle and I have been collaborating since 2015 and have built a very strong musical relationship and close friendship since then. She’s one of my favourite artists to work with as she’s forward-thinking, incredibly talented, and has a timeless voice. “SOMETHING” was one of the first tracks Rochelle and I collaborated on. I loved that she resonated with this off-kilter beat I had made. I knew we were going to do great things together based on how beautifully she wrote to the beat. I’m thrilled and honoured to be a part of her journey. It’s been an amazing experience working so closely with her and KLSH on this album, I’m super proud of what we’ve done together!”
Check out “Something” below, and stay up to date with Rochelle via her socials.
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