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 who had mastered and produced works for artists such as Iggy Pop, Jeffree Star, and 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. After deciding to go solo, Jordan has played at countless venues in New York and opened up for artists such as Twisted Insane and Psychotic Records’ Anybody Killa. 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.