R&B artist Jordan Bratton drops off the music video for his new single "Pieces," the lead offering from his Driver’s Ed mixtape. In the Cara Stricke-directed clip, shot in Los Angeles, the Long Island born and raised singer/songwriter/producer spends most of his time in a church as confesses his heart and soul for a love that's no more. Jordan's striking and emotionally-rich vocals and well-tooled [Read More]
"We should be OK," Jordan Bratton declares in the music video for his latest release, "Spaces," a song from his forthcoming mixtape, Driver's Ed, due out this fall via Rebirth Entertainment/1009 Records/RCA Records.
New York singer-songwriter Jordan Bratton gets “Frank” in his new song/video of his latest video. “Sometimes honesty is hard to come by, especially when it comes to conversations in relationships,” Bratton says about the song’s concept. The Trouble Andrew-directed video shows Jordan and his girl having some serious conversations. “Frank” follows “Bound” and “Prisoner” from his spring 2015 EP Youth.
New Yorkâs Jordan Bratton has been doing some bomb covers lately -- Drakeâs âHotline Blingâ and The Weekndâs âCanât Feel My Face,â to name a few. Now, heâs covering Travis Scottâs âDrugs You Should Try Itâ and flips it completely upside down..
Bratton always seems to channel a sound much older than his teenage years. Here, Bratton is not âboundâ by a contemporary R&B sound, opting more for a driving, 80s groove...
Over a heavy-handed rhythm thanks to producer Craven J and (co-produced by Bratton), the New York singer uses soulful harmonies and his youthful vocals to tell a story of a woman caught up in riches and fame...
From his Grey Area mixtape, rising RCA signee Jordan Bratton drops the remix to his cut âDanger,â getting fellow New Yorker Fabolous on the track. This groove is somethin' serious!
From his Grey Area mixtape, rising RCA signee Jordan Bratton drops the remix to his cut âDanger,â getting fellow New Yorker Fabolous on the track.