Dutch Musician Jordan Roy Tackles Concept of Masculinity on Funk-Flavoured Pop Track ‘Man’

Dutch artist Jordan Roy examines his experience of masculinity in his latest single Man. The track travels along slick electronic pop soundscapes, with Jordan delivering personal anecdotes in an attitude-filled vocal delivery. The result is a slinky, self-confident pop anthem that celebrates being true to yourself.

Man sees Jordan collaborate with Brandon Delagraentiss and Rory de Kievit, following his singles Freedom and 90’s Gibson. On this original track, Jordan shares “I wanted to write a song about my experience being a man and the concept of what people think how to be a man. I can’t wait to share my story and am looking forward to your response.” Jordan’s confident vocal delivery paired with sassy, funk-flavoured pop production ensures that Man is a success.

Jordan previously released a Eurovision Covers album featuring his take on classic ESC anthems including Take Me To Your Heaven, Wild Dances, Fuego and Heroes.

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