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From appearing on America’s Got Talent, to creating the theme song for the NSFW website Pornhub, Jordan has created quite a name for himself. His ability to genre-bend, delivering elements of punk rock, pop, and r&b keeps the listener engaged while simultaneously relating to his lyrics which range from heartache, addiction, and sanity. Royale’s sound engineer, Frank Metalz has stated he is a hybrid of Trent Reznor, Travis Scott, and Machine Gun Kelly. Jordan has been covered by numerous blogs including HotNewHipHop, Rolling Stone, Complex, and has even made a small break into mainstream radio via Hot 97 and Power 105 FM. Royale’s “Attention” is his highest streaming song to date breaking just over 150k streams on Spotify.

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"Royale is extremely vulnerable in this song [Sinner] as he lays out all his demons on the table."

~Iman A, Thrive Global (July 31, 2020)


Dark Magazine Breakthrough Artist Segment

~ Vinci, Magazine Dark (June 26. 2020)

“You’d be hard pressed to find the nerve to overlook the rhythm and mastery of diction displayed by Jordan Royale.”

- Jason Bourne, The Hype Magazine (Dec 18, 2018)

Heir to the Throne Music Video Press Release

~ Jason Bourne, UndergroundHipHopBlog (Sept 25, 2018)

"His slick melodies are immersed with lush synth production, making for catchy summer R&B that has the potential for radio play.”

~ Trevor Smith, HotNewHipHop (Jul 15, 2017)

“Royale's rap infused cut name drops at least ten vixens at the top of the song before he explains how pornography is an escape from a bad day. It's like a "Fap meets rap" collaboration.”

~ Justin Davis, Complex Mag (Jan 16, 2015)

“Royale's winning tune, "Pornhub Anthem," is a fusion of quasi-trappy rap and EDM”

~ Kory Grow, Rolling Stone (Jan 01, 2015)

“One artist, Jordan Royale (which would also make a great pornstar name), spoke straight into my soul with this line: "I like watching porn when I have a bad day. It's like jerking off flushes all the pain away.” Yes, Jordan Royale. YES. Let’s get a beach house together on Martha’s Vineyard and be soul mates because you understand me better than my family or my friends or my therapist, Dr. Gina Sussmann.”

~ Dan Ozzi, Noisey / Vice (Jan 15, 2015)

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