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“AJ Jordan The Crescendo | Buffalo, NY "On the cover of his 2012 album, The Sentimental Situations, rapper A. J. Jordan poses in front of a red brick church—but the horrorcore rapper’s lyrical content is far from holy. Jordan was voted Best Buffalo Hip-Hop Act in the 2012 and 2013 Artvoice Best of Buffalo poll. Nicknamed “The Crescendo,” the 31-year-old rapper has performed with members of Three Six Mafia and Insane Clown Posse. Apart from his frightening on-stage persona, Jordan also has a philanthropic side. He is involved with Terror Technologies Buffalo Zombies For Charity, which has raised over 5,000 pounds of donations in non-perishable foods to the Food Bank of WNY and donated over $2,000 to Make-A-Wish Western New York" - Leif Reigstad”

"'Welcome To the Party," the new single, which has racked up nearly 1,000 single downloads via iTunes, ably displays Jordan’s microphone skills, and is a fitting representation of the Buffalo underground hip-hop scene."

"Artvoice Best of Buffalo winner for “Best Hip Hop Act,”AJ “The Crescendo” Jordan. The Crescendo can be a scary guy to look at—with his white-out eyes, tattooed forearms, and sadistic grin—but his performance speaks for itself and has earned him opening spots for the likes of Three Six Mafia, Kottonmouth Kings, and I.C.P."

“ A.J. Jordan, a 27-year-old unsigned rapper from Buffalo, New York that I've performed with at various Buffalo related venues in the past, says he is inspired to create music by "living life - my experiences, my struggles, my consciousness, the good and the bad things I've done and seen - it all influences me". "And so does good music - something with soul and a real message", he concluded. With more than ten years of experience in the music business and hundreds of recordings and live shows to tout, A.J. Jordan uses his vast experience as a performer when describing the kinds of people that relate to his music. "My music appeals to people who expect more out of life and want variety", says Jordan. "Musically speaking, I try to touch on every aspect of this world and what it means to live in it", he concluded. ”