“Up Tonight”, the second single by Jordan Barone, explores what happens when you leave the played out party, and challenge conventions for an uplifting experience. Choosing quality time over superficial surface conversation, Jordan takes the role of the gentleman suitor, offering an elevated night on the town, where a meaningful connection takes precedence in attraction.
The chorus is supported by VR, a fellow Staten Island artist and past collaborator. With production by Barone himself, the single provides yet another glance into his versatility, this time, with a contemporary trap ballad. “Up Tonight” is the second single from Jordan Barone’s upcoming EP, expected to release early 2019.
Late night ferries and metro cards have taken Jordan Barone beyond the New York City borders- and to the Red Planet. The C.O.O. of Red Planet Records, and Staten Island, New York native, echoes a fusion of “Billy Joel meets Drake”, encompassing the singer-songwriter narrative, all rooted in Hip-Hop.
Formerly an accomplished audio engineer, his debut release, “Same Thing” (Available Now), serves as the premiere release for the artist, and the independent label, and has been well received, with over 500k streams across all platforms. The “Same Thing” official music video serves as a dual-genre feature, with a snippet of “Used To” conveying Barone’s wide range as both a R&B and Hip-Hop artist. Jordan’s second single, “Up Tonight” (Available Now), a contemporary trap ballad, explores what happens when you leave the played out party, and challenge conventions for an uplifting experience.
All tracks precede his debut EP, expected to release early 2019. The project will deliver listeners to NYC late nights, devoid relationships, lost lovers, early A.M. ferry rides and city life, serenading with fingers latched to the piano and synthesizer-infused production. With the label, and the debut release, Jordan Barone intends to solidify his position as a New York songwriting staple, and Staten Island hometown champion.