Jordan Smith’s voice needs no introduction. His powerhouse delivery and expansive range remain instantly identifiable and inimitable.
His full-length debut, Something Beautiful, entered the the Billboard Top 200 at #2 and made history as the highest debut ever and biggest first-week seller from a winner of The Voice. He continued to wow audiences with his first Holiday album, ‘Tis The Season. As he began to work on his second full-length album, Only Love, he focused on songwriting. Co-writing six of the record’s twelve tracks, he matches the power of his vocals with that of his pen for the very first time. “I felt it was a necessity to define myself,” he explains. “While Something Beautiful is a perfect snapshot of where I was in my career at the moment, it was a lot of covers. When I set out to write Only Love, I wanted to not only show who I was as a singer, but I wanted to show who I am as an artist and a songwriter. That is most important to me. Only Love represents the music living in me and the stories I want to share”.