Jordan Evans (producer)

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Jordan Evans
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Background information
Born (1991-01-22) January 22, 1991 (age 26)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genres Hip hop, rap, R&B, dance
Occupation(s) Record producer
Instruments Piano, drum machine, FL Studio, sampler
Years active 2010–present
Labels Reclusive Music Inc.

Jordan Evans (born January 22, 1991), is a multi-platinum selling Canadian hip hop and R&B producer from Toronto, Ontario. His production resume includes working with major recording artists such as Jay Z, Eminem,[1] Drake, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Bun B,[2] Big Sean, Meek Mill, Tyga, Kirko Bangz, Marsha Ambrosius, and Childish Gambino. In June 2014, Eminem's 'Not Afraid' (produced by Jordan Evans) was certified Diamond by the RIAA, surpassing 10 million records sold threshold.[3] The Instrumental for Drake's Single 'Pound Cake' (produced by Jordan Evans) spawned a series of remixes and freestyles by many artists including Raekwon, Lupe Fiasco, the LOX, Meek Mill, Skeme and Childish Gambino to name a few. Jordan Evans has been nominated for multiple Grammy Award's[4][5] and Juno Award's[6] as a songwriter and record producer, and he is a member of The Recording Academy.



Drake - Unreleased:

Bun B - Trill OG:

Eminem - Recovery:


Tyga - Careless World:

Meek Mill - Dreams & Nightmares:

Kirko Bangz - TBD:

Marsha Ambrosius - TBD:

  • "Get it Over With"

Childish Gambino - Royalty:

  • "Wonderful" (feat. John Osho)


Drake - Nothing Was The Same:

  • "Pound Cake" (feat. Jay Z)

Rich Gang (Young Money) - Rich Gang

  • "R.G." (feat. Mystikal)

Sean Leon - Ninelevenne, the Tragedy

  • All production by Jordan Evans

Ben Stevenson - TBD:

  • "Opposites Attract"

Don Trip - Help Is On The Way:

  • "All On Me"

Doley Bernays - Just In Case:

  • "Drown"

Marsha Ambrosius - Friends and Lovers:

  • "Get It Over With"


Game - Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf:

Freddie Gibbs - TBD:

  • "Hittaz"

G-Eazy - These Things Happen:

  • "Opportunity Costs"

Sean Leon - narcissus, THE DROWNING OF EGO:

  • All production by Jordan Evans

Daniel Caesar - Praise Break:

  • All Production by Jordan Evans


Jahkoy - Single

  • "Vacay"

Daniel Caesar - Pilgrim's Paradise

  • All production by Jordan Evans

Drake - If You're Reading This It's Too Late:

  • "How About Now"

Jaime Foxx - Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses:

Kyle - Smyle:

PartyNextDoor - TBD:

  • "Some of Your Love"

Chris Batson - TBD:

  • '"Belong"

Magic Mike XXL - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

  • "How Does It Feel"


PartyNextDoor - TBD

  • "You Made It"

Ellie Goulding - Single

  • "Just in Case"

SoMo - TBD: "The Answers"

  • '"Control"

Daniel Caesar - Single

  • '"Won't Live Here"
  • "Get You"
  • "Japanese Denim"


Chris Brown - TBD

  • "Reddi Whip"

Awards & nominations[edit]

Much Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2010 "Not Afraid" (Eminem) Much Music#1 Won

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2011 - 53rd Grammy Awards[4] "Not Afraid" (Eminem) Best Rap Song Nominated
"Not Afraid" (Eminem) Best Rap Solo Performance Won
2013 - 56th Grammy Awards[4] "Nothing Was The Same" (Drake) Best Rap Album Nominated

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Award Result
2011 "Recrovery" (Eminem) Best International Album Nominated
2013 "Nothing Was The Same" (Drake) Best Rap Album Won


  1. ^ Durham Region Print "Pickering High graduates in musical 'collective'" Mike Ruta July 9, 2011. Accessed 27 Oct 2012.
  2. ^ PotHolesInMyBlog "Album Review - Bun B: Trill OG" Accessed 27 Oct 2012
  3. ^ "Names Eminem First Artist To Earn Two Digital Diamond Awards - December 23, 2015". RIAA. Retrieved 2015-12-23. 
  4. ^ a b c MSN Entertainment. Accessed 27 Oct 2012.
  5. ^ Grammy Awards "Past Winners". Accessed 27 Oct 2012
  6. ^ Globe & Mail. "The Complete List of 2011" Accessed. 27 Oct 2012.

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