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Riser House Artist Jordana Bryant Embraces Her Vulnerable Side on Self-Titled Debut EP

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Breakout country/pop artist Jordana Bryant has released her debut EP, via Riser House, today Friday, April 21. Produced by Seth Mosley, the EP features 6 songs co-written by Jordana, including the previously released “Penniless & Broke,” co-produced by Tom Jordan of Seaforth, which was featured by Billboard as a Must Hear New Country Song. The EP adds a new layer to Jordana’s artistry as she dives into a variety of topics ranging from mental health to heartbreak. From start to finish, the project captures Jordana’s lyrical prowess with a rare sense of wisdom and relatability that her fans have come to know and love. Listen to the EP here.

“Each song on this project is so close to my heart and I’m really excited to share it with everyone. There’s a little bit of hopefulness and positivity in all of the songs, and that's something that's a big part of who I am as a person and as an artist. I hope listeners will be able to connect with the songs and relate to them,” Jordana shared.

Featured in Glamour’s What to Watch series, the EP kicks off with the deeply personal “Wholly.” The song champions those in life that see you for who you are, flaws and all. In Jordana’s case, the song was inspired by her faith. On songs such as “Too Much Too Soon” and “Don’t Know You Anymore,” she explores heartbreak and the challenges of moving on as well as the importance of setting boundaries in the up-tempo “u don’t get 2.” Wrapping up the project is “Breathe,” arguably Bryant’s most personal song to date, as she discusses the importance of taking difficult moments one step at a time and remembering to take care of yourself. Tackling difficult topics and complex feelings, the 17-year-old has put together a body of work that not only is representative of her personal journey in life but also her ability to create music that listeners are easily able to connect with and see themselves in from beginning to end.

In what was a whirlwind 2022, Bryant released her debut single, “Guilty,” with Riser House, followed up with the release of fan-favorite “New Friends.” Jordana released “New Friends” due to an overwhelming response from her rapidly growing fanbase on Instagram and TikTok, who instantly connected with the track and flooded Jordana’s comment section with pleas for its release. In turn, the track received over 10,000 pre-saves and went on to gain over 4.1 million streams. To date, the singer-songwriter has garnered over 18.3 million global streams and counting. In the last year, Jordana opened for country music trio Restless Road and Canadian songstress Tenille Arts, made her CMA Fest debut and stepped into the celebrity guest role of Bailey Stone in the Brian Kelley backed musical, ‘May We All: A New Country Musical’ at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center following in the footsteps of Breland, Lainey Wilson, Michael Ray, Danielle Bradbery and many others.

2023 started on a high note with the release of her viral track “Can I Get It Back,” that was added to Spotify’s Fresh Finds Country, Next From Nashville and Young Nashville playlists and marked Jordana’s radio debut on SiriusXM’s The Highway. The remix version with world renowned DJ R3HAB has over 1.5 million streams on Spotify alone. With over 20 million global video views, Jordana has earned a loyal following with authenticity and a work ethic that proves she is wise beyond her years. Employing her musical attributes along with unwavering passion for the genre, Jordana has shown time and time again just how far she will go with her music.

Stream Jordana’s Debut EP, Jordana Bryant, here.

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