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Bay Area Rapper Jordan Pope Is Not Afraid To Be Exposed

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Introspective and smooth, up-and-coming Bay Area native Jordan Pope is making waves in Hip Hop. His newest release, a four track EP titled Expose Me Lord, is a self-reflective piece that gives listeners an introductory insight into his life. Expose Me Lord is the third project released by the rapper in the past four months making his work ethic unparalleled.

The EP’s rose-colored track “That Way” is a proclamation of self-confidence, self-determination and self-reflection that reveals a personal part of Jordan. The EP’s second track, “Come Around”, is a continuation of similar themes heard in the first track. Jordan melodically raps about his love and admiration for his life and the direction it is heading in. On “Tantalize,” we hear a more seductive side of Jordan. He soulfully details his infatuation of and need of his new lover. Like the title of the EP, Jordan is further exposing himself. The EP’s final track “Hype God” has strong religious and spiritual elements making the song a perfect closer for the project. Although “Hype God” and other singles have spiritual and religious undertones, Jordan cannot be categorized as a gospel rapper. His music is positive and uplifting, yet real and true to himself and style. The production style of Expose Me Lord is filled with soft drums and light bass.

Jordan is apart of the delicate or soft class of Hip Hop, where artists are more reflective and willing to “expose” their true selves and emotions to fans. If you need to escape the troubles of your day, take a listen to Jordan Pope and go on a journey that will have you reflecting on your life and working towards your goals.

Jordan Pope has also released two other EPs this year, Dissonance and Progress Is Pain. Check him out on Soundcloud, Spotify, or on his website.

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