Jordan Frescher
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Jordan Frescher

Dallas, Texas, United States | SELF

Dallas, Texas, United States | SELF
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The Loved, The Lost, and The Learned


Barry Bonds King James Version featuring X-1 prod. by Moe Ager 4:06
You Stay On it featuring P.H.I prod. by Moe Ager 4:00
G6 Muzic feat. Ben Cina prod. by Moe Ager 3:32
Change Come prod. by Moe Ager 4:43
Are You Ridin’ prod. by Ace 1 3:43
Money & Love prod. by Ace 1 3:10
Nikki prod. by Ace 1 3:49
Give Back feat Ben Cina prod. by Moe Ager 3:31
Jesus feat. TheWordSmith prod. by Moe Ager 5:04
Strawberry Letter feat TheWordSmith prod. by Moe Ager 3:51
So Mean prod. by Ace 1 (Alex Espinoza) 3:28
Stand prod. by Ace 1 (Alex Espinoza) 3:27



Emerging from the Dirty South, Jordan brings a much-needed breath of “Fresch” air to the rap and hip-hop scene. A belief in delivering a southern feel with a message so there’s no excuse not to listen, stems from his childhood upbringing in Arlington, Texas, where his ears were first banned from experiencing the beats and lyrics of the rap and hip-hop world.

All that changed in Jordan’s early teenage years, when a cousin from upstate New York came to live with him and his family, introducing the once deprived, young ears to the influence of rap and hip-hop legends such as Biggie and Tupac. Jordan continued to pop rap cassette tape after cassette tape in his boom box, eventually converting his mother to a Hip hop fan, too.

Embracing the words and energy of rap and hip-hop artists like Ice-Cube, Digable Planets, Timberland, Snoop, and Jay-Z, the developing artist became passionate about music, all the while keeping his spirituality the core of his beliefs. That same passion for music married with his spirituality led to the birth of Jordan Fresch, a Texas rapper with all the right ingredients to enhance the world of music as we know it.

Fresch has been compared to The Game and Young Jeezy, having a similar pain in his voice, delivered in an incredible way forcing fans to crank up the volume. Listeners have compared the newcomer to artists such as Lupe Fiasco and Common for his unique lyrical style.

Although the young artist is not a minister, as he will quickly tell you, he is making it his duty to use his raw, emotional power to attack stigmas associated with rap and hip-hop. Jordan “Fresch” Frescher raps in greater depth and brings a new dimension to the fusion of rap and hip-hop music by tying in spirituality, community, culture, and instilling black leadership.

With a different kind of swagger, Fresch continues to develop his talent, collaborating with local artists at many local clubs, while performing at various DFW venues.