Over the past year, Jordana has been collaborating and working with several extremely talented creatives on the production of her first album. All of the hours, happy tears, cathartic tears, (mainly just a variety of breeds of tears), Jordana's is extremely excited to release her baby (as in her beloved songs, not a mini human). In the meantime, she will be releasing several selections from her full album as singles. She released “Push & Pull,” a saucy, sultry R&B/pop anthem on December 20th - you can find it on Apple Music and Spotify at the links below!

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“Step into the Light” is a sentimental ballad about having the courage to be seen at the most vulnerable of times. Dedicated to her grandmother, Marsha Lilly, who lives on in all of Jordana’s musical and theatrical endeavors. As Grandma Marsha once said to Jordana when she was petrified of singing in front of people, “You were blessed with a voice. Why the hell wouldn’t you use it?” She taught Jordana that fear of failure is selfish and we should simply share what we have been put on this earth to bring to life. She is Jordana’s forever hero.

You can find “Step into the Light” at the links below.


Press Quotes

 “Within the past few hours Jordana revealed the track Step into the Light which cradles the listener in combinations of piano and bowed strings which gives the track a lustre that shines around the room bathing the listener in the warm glows of the composition.”

-  Emerging Indie Bands

“For 2017, goodness knows we need some anthems of positivity. This one by L.A-based singer-songwriter is just the ticket to end things off on our list. It’s about the very big difference between vulnerability and weakness, and about having courage to move towards something positive even when all around is dark. Apropos for our times, no?”

- The Deleted Bin

“Sometimes songs are just pretty; darn pretty. Yes, I know that's a rather shallow description of Jordana Lilly's debut release of her first single, Step Into The Light. This is one of those songs that turns into a moment. First, you begin to listen, then you stop what you're doing and listen more intently. By the end of the song, you're ready to hit the replay button, and somewhere during that playback, you're reaching for your favorite glass of wine. Call it a day friend ~ you're lost in the music.”

- The Digital Earbuds

“Push & Pull” is a successful new track from Jordana Lilly, a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter who infuses old-school R&B with a modern pop shine. Lyrics like “I’ve got him screaming my name, and he learned it yesterday,” combine with suave orchestral flourishes and a hypnotic rhythmic backing for an emotive, seductive success. The lyrical sentiments – encompassing “one night stands, compartmentalizing, and animal instincts,” – combine with a memorable melodic construction to remain wholly accessible, while still separating from the hordes of modern R&B, touting a distinctive sound and convincing nocturnal atmosphere.”

- Obscure Sound

“Push & Pull är Los Angeles-sångerskan Jordana Lilly senaste singel. Det är en låt som doftar av R&B samtidigt som den känns som en modern poplåt bärandes av en antemisk känsla. Texten till låten beskriver en känsla som man både vill ska ta slut och inte och hon får fram textens budskap med en fruktansvärt bra och övertygande känsla. På hennes sociala medier ryktas det om att hon just arbetar med en rad spännande producenter och låtskrivare och om allt går som det ska kommer hon att släppa sitt debutalbum under året.”*

* ( Translation: “Push & Pull is the Los Angeles singer Jordana Lilly's latest single. It is a song that smells of R&B while it feels like a modern pop song carried by an antemic feeling.The text of the song describes a feeling that one wants both to end and not and she gets the message of the text with a terribly good and convincing feeling. On her social media it is rumored that she is just working with a number of exciting producers and songwriters and if everything goes as it should, she will release her debut album during the year.” )

- Popmani