Building a reputation in his hometown Melbourne for dynamic on-stage energy matched by equal fire in every release, Jordan Dennis now gains attention among the wider ranks of Australian tastemakers. The MC emerged as the front man for Billy Davis, who’s 2017 album Family Portrait launched to international acclaim and saw support slots for the duo alongside Anderson. Paak and NoName. Dennis’ own debut solo release in 2018’s neo-soul bop “Crumbs” feat. Blasko quickly climbed to almost 4 million Spotify streams, and forged the path to smooth follow up “My Way” and the hard-hitting notes of “Glide Freestyle”. 2019’s debut EP HDM1 pulsed with lyrical aptitude, unmatched melody and glossy, precision-cut wordplay in a 6-track testament to timeless hip-hop sound, only strengthening his loyal fanbase. Dotted between, Dennis’ a sharp-witted character also appeared on tracks by POLOSHIRT, 3K, ThatKidMaz, Dugong Jr, Tentendo, and ongoing works with Billy Davis. On the stage, where he truly comes to form, Dennis has delivered his passion and contagious presence across festival appearances at St. Jerome’s Laneway, Let Them Eat Cake and NYE on the Hill, as well as in support of Baker Boy, Winston Surfshirt, Mr Carmack, Joe Kay, TOKiMONSTA, Arno Faraji, Blackalicious and more. Keeping in the company of greatness, Dennis has also injected his shockwave spirit into the Triple J Like A Version studio on multiple occasions, with guest spot features alongside Goldlink and more recently with his own original verse on Tones And I's rendition of Forever Young. With success at his doorstep, Jordan Dennis’ confidence has surged from freestyles among his closest confidants and a supportive musical family, to working among the Billy Davis crew and shaping a solo act climbing to stardom in a minute. His fervour from strength-to-strength has cemented a tight signature, unafraid to curve between genre and showcase an ability the nation has only tasted. Don’t miss the next chapter in “Doc Marty”, and in more releases on the horizon in 2020.