Jun 2011 07

Admittedly, you can issue me a late pass on this one if you’re going by the rapidly changing, forever moving blogosphere minute. If we work in real time, it’s not too late to admire and enjoy this new track put out by Toronto bred singer, Rochelle Jordan.

  1. […] in particular, he’s one of the very few in our diluted online community. In fact, along with Rochelle Jordan there seems to be a very exciting ‘post-Drakestep’ scene over there in Toronto […]

  2. […] I have absolutely no time to wax lyrical about this here tape right now, but I guess there’s not much to say. The Weeknd is, undoubtely, at the forefront of R&B revisionism – ignore the hype mongers, the fad bloggers and trust us – there isn’t anyone out there doing this, this well (other than maybe, this lady). […]

  3. […] have been eager to see what Rochelle Jordan has to offer since hearing this, now the young Canadian drops her free […]

  4. […] her first stunning release How To Feel and now, and with all eyes on the Canadian’s this year, this Toronto chanteuse managed to […]