The Nashville-based rapper, Jordn, began rapping in 2009, pushed by a deep respect and love for hip-hop culture and desire to find himself within his favorite art form. After many ups & downs in his early career, Jordn began to understand how his best lyrics were mostly inspired by his lack of money, yet his best flows were mostly driven by the drums or bass of each instrumental. From this, the double entendre “low end” (as in, low money & boomin beats) was established as jordn’s brand. Since establishing his lowend brand, he’s shared stages with Atlanta producer, Nick Emory, fellow Nashville emcee, Chancellor Warhol, and quickly rising DJ, Billy Cave. Jordn’s also had the opportunity to share his vibe with audiences in several Southern cities, including Atlanta, Birmingham and Tampa.