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Washington, DC — If anyone are familiar with the sounds coming out of the east coast such as drill and DMV rap, they’re in for a treat. Philadelphia-born, Washington DC-based emcee Spell Jordan returned today with his first album in over two years, Last Chance. Composed of 9 songs produced by acclaimed beat makers SLVG and Jake OHM, Last Chance takes them through the mind of an artist giving in one more go.
Led by singles such as Kia Boys and Punch Out, fans can expect Spell Jordan’s crass, humorous, and memorable lyrics across the album’s 20-minute run time. Spell Jordan is joined by friends and collaborators 3si, REROCK, and SKIN, all of whom are based in the DMV and had performed with Spell Jordan on his tours throughout 2022. Our favorite new song is Bop It, featuring 3si, which Spell Jordan had previewed at concerts to a great response.
Last Chance is a concise and enjoyable listening experience in which Spell Jordan brings back his old style of hard hitting, dark trap music. For new and old fans of Spell Jordan’s music, Last Chance will be a welcomed addition to their playlists and something ourselves sure everyone will have on repeat for the next few months.
Washington, DC-based rapper Spell Jordan released his 9th studio LP, Last Chance, on December 9, 2022. The project was produced by SLVG and Jake OHM and featured 3si, REROCK., and SKIN.
Listen to Spell Jordan’s 9th album, Last Chance, on Spotify or wherever they stream music nowadays.
Spell Jordan is a twenty-six-year-old Washington, DC transplant, originally from Philadelphia, PA. Spell Jordan took the music industry by storm with a series of singles and albums, notably FIGHT!, feat. Wavy Jone$ in 2018. On December 9, 2022, Spell Jordan released his 9th LP, Last Chance. After more than 5,000,000 streams and two national tours during 2022, Spell Jordan has created and built a unique and dedicated following.
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