‘The Voice’ Winner Jordan Smith Signs With Republic Records, Releases Album
“The Voice” winner Jordan Smith signed with Republic Records on Friday and he released a compilation album of his performances on the show.
The 11-track set will feature the Kentucky-native’s blind audition, his cover of Beyonce’s “Halo,” plus other show-stopping hits. The album is available now on iTunes.
For those needing new music from Jordan Smith, in an interview with EW, he says that it should come “pretty early” in 2016.
Do you have an early ideas for what you’d like your first album to sound like?
When the time comes I think I’ll know the answer to that exactly in my heart but right now I just want to make an album that inspires people. I want to combine the power of instrumental music, because sometimes you just hear music that’s so beautiful, it just moves you, and there’s some times you hear lyrics that are so powerful they bring you to another place or they bring you back to another time in your life or they remind you of someone or something. I want to combine the power of that and make a really killer album, but I want to make an album people relate to. I want to make an album that really is all about connecting with people.
Congratulations Jordan! Here’s to a great career ahead of you.
Check out these videos of Jordan Smith’s Greatest Hits on The Voice:
- Mary Did You Know
- Climb Every Mountain
- God Only Knows (duet with Adam Levine)
- Somebody to Love
- Who You Are
- Great Is Thy Faithfulness