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Following up on a busy 2015 tour schedule, Dayne Jordan, continues to take you on his visual, musical journey with the release of his latest music video for “Recycle”.
Through his debut album, Memoirs of Dayne Jordan, the lyrically-masterful artist, Dayne Jordan, continues to take you on his visual, musical journey with the...
The Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood visual is quite contradictory to its title. The eerie tone produced by DJ Jazzy Jeff takes you on a journey through Dayne Jordan's North Philadelphia upbringing.
Dayne Jordan Releases Memoirs of Dayne Jordan (Produced by DJ Jazzy Jeff) for Free Download via SoundCloud.
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From the Album "Memoirs of Dayne Jordan"
Check out the first release from Dayne Jordan’s upcoming album “Memoirs of Dayne Jordan,” due out on July 21.
"I never had anybody in my family question what I was doing until I questioned myself … "
Shot over the black sand beaches of New Zealand, “Wash It Down” takes you on a scenic journey along with Dayne Jordan.
With over a year of studio time quietly logged, Dayne Jordan and DJ Jazzy Jeff have been releasing singles over the past six months
Dayne Jordan and DJ Jazzy Jeff release yet another collaborative with “Lost.
In 2008, fresh out of high school, Dosage had chance encounter with one of his biggest influences, Lupe Fiasco. The two formed a relationship and kept in contact. Weeks later, Dosage was introduced to DJ and Grammy-award-winning producer DJ Jazzy Jeff, who would come to be an integral part of his career.
In 2009, Dosage set our to record and distribute his first project, Sand and Foam. At the same time he created the brand, Third Degree, inspired by a group of childhood friends that he made music with.
On October 17, 2009, Dosage earned his first opportunity to open for Lupe Fiasco at Temple University’s homecoming in front of more than five thousand people. Sand and Foam was released months later, and Third Degree was shortened to 3D, representing Dream, Drive and Determination. He began branding tee shirts with the logo and selling them to help spread the word about his music and the brand.
In February 2010, after the release of Sand and Foam, Dosage joined Lupe Fiasco for the Steppin Lasers tour. Upon returning home from the tour, Dosage met DJ Ferno, now his official DJ. The pair recorded and released Dosage’s next project, 3D11. The project laid a foundation for taking their live performances to the next level. Dosage and DJ Ferno played local Philadelphia venues opening for artists like The Roots, Lupe Fiasco, Dom Kennedy and more.
In 2012, Dosage dropped his stage name and released his third project In Due Time, under his birth name Dayne Jordan. The project expressed his thoughts on the local music scene and how he yearned to share his talents with the rest of the world. At the end of a performance for Heineken Green Room at the Blockley, Dayne Jordan and DJ Ferno announced that would be their last performance in their hometown for a while so that they could pursue their career on a global scale. They both reconnected with DJ Jazzy Jeff to begin that journey.
Dayne Jordan is currently in the studio with DJ Jazzy Jeff, working on his next project, Truth. The project is due to be released in the fourth quarter of 2014. In the meantime, the pair has released a number of singles and videos including Room Test, All About the Art, I Want it All, Einstein (prod. by DJ Ferno) and Play Dat. When he’s not in the studio, you can find Dayne Jordan touring the globe, taking fans on a musical journey as MC for DJ Jazzy Jeff. You can also find him and his music featured on DJ Jazzy Jeff’s Vinyl Destination.