My new studio video is out now for “Not Sayin’ - Acoustic!” I had so much fun making this video and I can’t wait to hear what you think of it! Click here to check it out!
Jordana Bryant certainly knows her way around a melody. Whether it’s her viral covers of
Why Don’t We’s “What Am I” and Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello’s “Señorita” ─ notching 1.2 and 2 million views,
respectively ─or her debut single, “This Love,” the Pennsylvania native wields both guitar and voice to make you
feel something. Co-written with Seth Mosely and Jesse Lee, her debut release packages together her love
of Carrie Underwood and Taylor Swift with her own unique country-pop blend, and the song has
garnered over 80,000 global streams.
Jordana self-wrote her sophomore release, in which her voice rings triumphant. “‘Not Sayin’” is
my take on a classic love song about who’s going to say ‘I love you’ first,” she says of the track.
“With this song, I hope to capture all the nerves, excitement and joy that goes along with saying
those three little words for the first time!”
Bryant also grew up loving Garth Brooks and Rascal Flatts and learned to play guitar when she
was 10 years old. Her father, a guitarist himself, taught her the basics, and she soon obsessed
over covering her favorite country songs. And it all started with Underwood’s “Before He Cheats.”
Songwriting became a serious passion for her about four years ago. Over the years, she has learned
what it truly takes to craft a song fit for radio while never sacrificing authenticity. It’s evident
she takes her work quite seriously, too; earlier this year, she took a masterclass in songwriting ─
learning how to dissect melodies and hooks and how to apply to her own songwriting.
The world at her feet, and a slew of additional releases planned for 2021, Bryant hopes her
music can be a saving grace to everyone who listens. “When you hear the right song at the right
time, it can completely change your perspective on something and help you with what you’re
going through,” she offers.