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14 year old singer/songwriter Reyne was born in the Philippines. Reyne first left the Philippines when he was 6, before that his mom went to Korea to find a job. While she was in Korea she met Reyne's dad who is in the military. . The family stayed in Korea for about 5 years then returned to the Philippines to bring Reyne and his sister to America to have a better life.Upon arriving in the United States, the family stayed in Florida for about two months with his dad's sister and her family. In 2009 they moved to Washington State. Reyne and his sisters formed a group called "La Clip 6". In 2012 the family met Producer/Songwriter Jay Bellamy of Go Getta Records. La Clip 6 and Jay Bellamy worked together for a while. The group became "Luv 6" but during this process Reyne began his transformation into a solo artist. His popularity is growing with his 1st radio release "So Beautiful". He stops by on Friday, January 11, at 8:30pm EST to chat about his latest release & is currently in the studio working on his first album with Jay Bellamy to be released in 2013.
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Music by: Musician Jordan Reyne
On music, Jordan remarks “A song is like a chemical reaction between listener and performer, where both bring so much to the equation that the experience is different every time. The effect is more powerful than drugs and comes with zero hangover.” This clean high fuels her as she handles her own producing, engineering, songwriting, arranging, graphic design, and web design. A remarkable task list for a woman who claims she can’t multitask to save her life, but then again, it’s that paradox that fascinates. From literally knocking on record label doors until one of said yes to being hailed as pioneer in a new genre by New Zealand’s National Radio, Jordan Reyne has always been a winning collection of contrary ideas. She is humorous and nihilistic. She is sensitive and thoughtful, rapacious and caustic. The darkness in her music is beautiful, and the light is just as much so. Thus, she stands in the middle of all this, directing traffic, casting vision, interpreting culture, and bending sound into an experience that is truly extraordinary.