Dubbed “Sporty Spice” in high school, when she wasn’t playing volleyball or basketball, Jordan could be found writing songs and learning new instruments as outlet from the pressures of life. It wasn’t before long she was singing about her everyday experiences as a woman, a member of the LGBT community, a significant other, a sister, and a friend. Jordan’s first break came in 2011 when she was invited to perform at LiveNation’s House of Blues Tri-C Rock Off. Jordan and her band (The Jo Bee Gena Band) made it to the finals, inking a deal to record the single, "Love The Way It Feels", which appears on her debut album, Green November.
Jordan is currently working on her third album which is expected in the spring of 2019.