We have featured Jordana Bryant with a few of her latest singles. Now she is back with a full EP, Last First. In honor of this highly anticipated release, we are going to do a track by track review. First up, is “This Love.”
“This Love,” really puts Jordana’s voice in the forefront. This track does a great job at showcasing how great of a voice that Jordana has. Strong start to the new EP. Next up is “Not Sayin.”
“Not Sayin” is already a different sound than her previous single, “This Love.” This one puts her voice in the forefront, which is a huge advantage. Jordana has such a strong voice and this new song does a great job at showcasing it. With it catchy melody and infectious hook, it deserves to be played on the radio. Up next is “Last First.”
“Last First,” is a love song about really just being with someone. You could be someone’s last first kiss, last first date or last first anything really. That is the beauty of being in a relationship. The possibilities are endless. Vocally, she sounds beautiful in the new track. Her vocals are pushed to the front, which pays off in the end. The message of the song is the standout here though. The good thing with Country Music, is that it tells a story and brings the listener in, and that is what Jordana does here. In the next spot, is “Little Ol’ Me.”
“Little Ol’ Me,” is reminiscent of her previous tracks. The hook is pretty catchy and again, vocally, she sounds great. This one is another strong release. Next up on this EP, is “Clueless.”
“Clueless,” is another standout upbeat song on the EP. A lot of people are going to relate to this song, especially if you have been in a relationship. You will be singing this one for a while. Last up is the Bluegrass Version of “Little Ol’ Me.”
I actually prefer this version over the regular EP version. Only because it showcases her voice even more. Even with her vocals in the forefront, you still get to appreciate the instrumentals in the background, which is awesome. A great ending to this EP. If you want an upbeat Country/Pop EP to add to your playlist, check out Jordana Bryant.
Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.