currently, a music student at Texas Southern University, Jordon combines his God-given talents with sound music theory. As an up and coming artist, Jordon boasts a resume filled with professional achievements, which are unusual to someone his age.
Jordon Baker is an accomplished singer and songwriter who successfully blend elements of gospel, country, R&B, and pop to create out-of-the-box sounds new to both the Christian music genre and to music as a whole. Born in Houston, Texas to a musically inclined family, at a young age Jordon developed a deep appreciation for the power of music and the role it plays in influencing the hearts and minds of the people that listen. Singing his first song at the tender age of 7 as a tenor in his church choir, he has gone on to share the stage with musical giants including Carl Thomas, Kirk Whalum, John P. Kee, Fred Hammond, Kierra Sheard, and Tamela Mann. In 2011, he was selected to be one of three tenors to tour throughout Japan with the internationally renowned gospel group “The Glory Gospel Singers.” While in Japan, Jordon contributed his vocals to "Tenshi Ni Anime Song Wo," the first gospel Anime project of its kind.
In that same year, Jordon joined with his brother, Nick Baker, to create a 5-song EP titled Jordon Baker: The Introduction. As the project’s sole writer and singer, he infused the album with his unique mix of urban rhythm, country twang, and the energy of pop music while inserting messages of hope, love, and forgiveness found in gospel music.