Majid Jordan

Majid Jordan


Sat, January 20, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Terminal 5

New York, NY

$35 (VIP - $130, $95)

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This event is all ages

Every online ticket purchase includes one physical or digital copy of Majid Jordan’s latest album, The Space Between. You will receive an additional email 5-7 days after your purchase with instructions on how to redeem your album. One album per ticket. US/Canadian residents only.

Majid Jordan
Majid Jordan
For Majid Jordan, music and motion become one in the same.

"A lot of the process of making music is driving to it," affirms Jordan. "There's something to be said about that movement. You don't have an end point. When we're driving around and listening to songs, we're not going somewhere per se; we're just driving."

Majid continues, "Our music is definitely about being on and navigating a journey. This path leads towards love."

The Toronto pair—Majid Al Maskati, 25, and Jordan Ullman, 21—have definitely made the most of their ride thus far. In 2011, the Bahrain-born Majid linked up with the Canadian Jordan, while attending the University of Toronto. Bonding over a mutual passion for music, they started recording under the name GOOD People, releasing the afterhours mixtape. Their chemistry yielded a powerful dynamic with Jordan handling instrumentation and production and Majid assuming mic duties.

"We both have two younger sisters," says Majid. "In a sense, we each assume the role of the brother we never had. That's what makes this so special: the brotherhood we share."

Producer Noah "40" Shebib heard their music on Soundcloud in 2013 and invited them to meet him and Drake. Soon after, the duo inked a deal with OVO Sound/Warner Bros. Records. Majid Jordan featured on and co-produced Drake's triple-platinum #1 hit "Hold On, We're Going Home" from Nothing Was The Same. Their next collaboration with the hip-hop superstar was "Mine" for Beyoncé's self-titled fifth offering. Solidifying their sound and identity, 2014's EP A Place Like This would see them construct the framework for their self-titled full-length debut, Majid Jordan, in 2016.

"Once we began working on the album, we had more room for experimentation and exploration," adds Majid. "We've learned so much over the past few years, and that experience enabled us to make this music. Everything was a stepping stone to where we are now."

In early 2015, the guys moved to a rented house in Van Nuys, CA to begin work on what would become Majid Jordan. In between soaking in the Southern California sun and cruising the Pacific Coast Highway, they hit the studio with the likes of Illangelo [The Weeknd] and Nineteen85 [Drake, Nicki Minaj].

"The surroundings really played a role in the recording," says Jordan. "It helped inform the sound and direction. You can really feel that up-tempo energy in some of the songs."

Majid Jordan gave listeners a taste of the album with the airy, tribal bounce of "My Love" [feat. Drake] in August 2015. Its icy, sexy video would open the gateway into their latest body of work. The first 2016 single "Something About You" sees Jordan and Illangelo conjure an echoing groove and ethereal percussion punctuated by Majid's show-stopping falsetto and expansive range.

"Chronologically, it came out after 'My Love,' and they both follow a theme," explains Majid. "In 'My Love,' you're unsure, and you're questioning the intentions of somebody's love for you. That unsettled feeling comes through. Then, you get to 'Something About You,' and you don't let the past experience jade the way you look at the world. You're no longer scared of love. You're moving forward."

Elsewhere, "Learn From Each Other" sees Majid's voice glide over a lush instrumental backdrop, while "Shake Shake Shake" stands out as a seductively upbeat and undeniable dancefloor anthem.

"Our chemistry really carries through this music," exclaims Jordan. "There's a real synergy that we've had since day one, and it's only growing."

Now, everybody can move with them.

"Ultimately, I want this to pique people's interest," Jordan concludes. "This is a project we've really been working towards for most of our lives. I hope they can't wait to see where we go next."

"This is the first step of the journey," Majid agrees. "This is Majid Jordan."
STWO is a 24-year-old producer from Paris, France. Only starting to release tracks in 2013, he first grabbed the attention of fans with his debut single "Lovin U," which has amassed over 10 million streams online.

Signed to label Huh What & Where alongside the likes of Kaytranada, his musical style of smooth piano keys, soulfully pitched vocals, and 808-inspired drums places him perfectly as a one of the most inventive and unique R&B & Hip Hop producers of today.

After the success of "Lovin U" Stwo went on to release massive remixes of Trey Songz, Drake, The Weeknd and many more. These SoundCloud smashes propelled Stwo on sold out club tours across Europe, Canada, USA, Australia, and Asia as a DJ.

In late 2014, Stwo was so inspired by the production work on Drake's "Nothing Was The Same" that he created his own mixtape titled "Ninety Two" with beats that he believed would be great for Drake. Not even 1 week after releasing the mixtape, he was contacted by the critically acclaimed and diamond selling producer, Noah "40" Shebib to work on new music. They bonded quickly over their similar production style and love for R&B, and 40 signed Stwo to a publishing deal. He was invited to move to Toronto and help 40 create beats for Drake's "Views." Stwo went on to fly in and out of Toronto between touring and 40's studio for that whole following year. He was eventually credited as co-producer on "Weston Road Flows," track 6 from "Views."

During his time in and out of the city working with 40, Stwo created his own debut commercial project, "D.T.S.N.T.." The project features an up and coming freshman class of R&B singers and rappers that Stwo showcases perfectly through his dark, yet beautiful production. Standout's from the project include the online hit "Haunted ft. Sevdaliza" which has amassed over 5 million streams to date, and "Fill The Void ft. Amir Obe & Daniel Caesar." Released as an Apple Exclusive through HW&W Recordings on July 29th, 2016 the project was met with top level reviews and support.

As Stwo's success from the past few years shows, his work ethic is one that few can match. In 2016 he is back touring the globe, creating new sounds in lab for high profile artists, and putting together his debut full length record which will come sometime in 2017. He is constantly pushing the boundaries with his music, and his fan base is excited to see much more success for this exceptional young producer. Keep your eyes peeled.
Venue Information:
Terminal 5
610 W 56th St
New York, NY, 10019