13 Songs, 42 Minutes


Smooth, synth-driven pop that reflects on God’s provision.


Smooth, synth-driven pop that reflects on God’s provision.


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
114 Ratings
114 Ratings
justtor101 ,

Five Stars ALL Around

I love hearing Jordan minister through his music. Each song gets better and better. I have his album on replay always. Road trips I always have Jordan Feliz playing in my car, you never know if someone needs to just hear something being spoken through his songs, it’s all about lives being changed. Jordan is an anointed man of God, and I believe that the best is YET to come.

Her Majesty Queen Mima ,


Seriously every song is so good!!! Jordan Feliz never fails to put out a good album! I have been a fan since his song The River! His music so filled with a positive message and is so upbeat!
God is so good!!! Jordan Feliz is a blessing!


His FUTURE Is Bright

This dude is amazing! And this is coming from a someone who is pretty worn out on a lot of CCM music (because I feel like a lot of it sounds and feels boring and uninspired) Jordan manages to totally steer clear of that stigma. This is such heart felt genuine modern pop music that sounds original yet relevant at the same time. He will be the next big thing if he keeps putting out such high quality material, and I don’t doubt that he will. Props to you Jordan! Your Future is bright, both this record and what is to come.

About Jordan Feliz

Jordan Feliz is a Billboard-charting contemporary Christian pop singer and songwriter. His sound walks the line between classic rock, slick retro-'70s R&B, and modern pop. Feliz grew up in Clovis, California and began his formal musical career with faith-based hard rock/screamo band A Current Affair in 2006. The band's debut EP, Life in an Hourglass, offered a seamless screamo sound. It was followed by the Josh Auer-produced The Real Devastation EP in 2009.

Feliz left the group and relocated to Nashville in 2012. After a series of part-time jobs working as, among other things, a handyman to a valet, he became a church worship leader. In 2014, he was invited to participate in an unsigned artists' retreat hosted by Centricity Music, and was promptly signed by the label. He began recording his debut album in February with producers Colby Wedgeworth (Lincoln Brewster, the Main, Lydia) and Josh Silverberg (Newsboys, Plumb). They finished in July. His first single, "The River," was issued the same month, and he also became a father that September.

"The River" claimed the top spot on the Christian AC Songs chart and remained there for ten weeks. His Beloved EP was released in October and entered the Heatseekers chart at number 12, eventually earning the top spot and remaining there for eight weeks. The follow-up single, "Never Too Far Gone," was released in March, landing inside the Top 20. His debut full-length, The River, was issued in April 2016 along with third single "Best of Me." The album entered the Christian Albums chart at number four and garnered a Dove nomination for Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year. The EP 1 Mic 1 Take, a live acoustic session recorded at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, arrived the following year. In 2018, Feliz returned with his sophomore full-length album, Future, featuring the single "Witness." ~ Thom Jurek

Clovis, CA
March 15, 1989