Street Date:
December 18, 2020
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There is a subtle shift that happens in an artists life when they achieve any measure of success. Their empty calendars fill up, they lose a significant amount of privacy, rest becomes obsolete, and the pressure felt increases drastically. Jordan Feliz experienced this first hand after his chart topping debut radio single “The River” was released in 2015. The pressure of fast tracking his career alongside some major changes in his personal life caused his overnight success to feel more like a burden than a blessing. “It’s like all your dreams kind of get handed to you, but there’s really no fulfillment in it, and I realized it was because everything was out of alignment for me,” the artist revealed. Jordan invited God into his anxiety and allowed him to realign his priorities before re-entering the studio to create his third full-length project “Say It”.

“Before we started working on new music, I started asking the Lord to give me something to say, and I felt like he just said, ‘Say everything that’s on your heart. Say everything that you’ve been through. Be as vulnerable as possible. Tell the world the thing that you are terrified to tell the world,” Feliz says “I think sometimes the things you’re scared to bring to people are most likely the most impactful”.

Co-produced by Feliz’s longtime collaborator Colby Wedgeworth and Jordan Mohilowski, his latest studio effort serves up a healthy blend of pop, Gospel and soul and offers some of Feliz’s most transparent lyrics to date.
About Jordan Feliz
Known for his standout soulful, pop vocals and songs that bring a modern and fresh feel, Jordan Feliz has already had an impressive run at radio with his single “The River” reaching #1 at NCA, CHR, AC Monitored, an AC Indicator, and “Never Too Far Gone” reaching #1 on CHR. Growing up listening to R&B artists and early groove-funk-soul singers, Jordan’s own musical style has been greatly influenced by this style. Originally from California, Jordan and his wife stepped out in faith and moved to Nashville just a few years ago. Shortly after, they had their first little girl and Jordan signed a record deal with Centricity. He just completed the Rock and Worship Road Tour and The Revolution Tour with Michael W. Smith.