Embracing a hometown-built reputation for dynamic on-stage energy, and matching it with equal fire in every release, Melbourne’s Jordan Dennis is on a fast-rising come up, garnering attention from Australian tastemakers at every turn.
Jordan Dennis first emerged as the front man for Billy Davis, whose 2017 album Family Portrait launched to international acclaim and saw support slots for the duo alongside Anderson. Paak and NoName.
Now with solo success at his doorstep, citing influences among the likes of JID, J. Cole and Mick Jenkins, Dennis’ confidence has surged from freestyles among his closest confidants and a supportive musical family to shaping his solo act and climbing to stardom in a minute. His fervour from strength-to-strength has cemented a tight signature, unafraid to curve between genre and showcase an ability the nation has only tasted.