Stride Through New York’s Streets In Jordan Barone’s New Dual-Genre Video “Same Thing”

Staten Island-based contemporary R&B and Hip-Hop recording artist Jordan Barone drops his debut music video “Same Thing.” From the mind of the young director, Whipalo (PnB Rock, Leeky Bandz), comes a double-feature music video that explores Jordan’s ability to master different vibes/genres.

“Same Thing” is a heartfelt ballad of doubt within one’s love-life that is bone-chilling yet soothing all at once. “Used To” is a proclamation of the artist’s passion, energetically to the listener. The autobiographical narrative echoes a fusion, encompassing the singer-songwriter narrative, all rooted in Hip-Hop. The curation of these songs convey versatility in Barone’s writing style. It serves as a teaser to his debut EP, Midnight Conversation, expected to release late 2018.

In 2017, Jordan was awarded a DCA (Department of Cultural Affairs) Premier Grant through Staten Island Arts, towards his debut EP release. The project delivers listeners to NYC late nights, devoid relationships, lost lovers, early A.M. ferry rides and city life. Whether serenading you with his fingers latched to the piano or taking you through space with synthesizer-infused production, Jordan encapsulates his late nights in the city, ferrying the experience back to the forgotten borough.

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