my name is Jordan Yébé, I'm 23 and here's a little bit about me.


the birth of my brand started with music back in 2014. since then, I've dedicated my time into developing an unforgettable sound. 4 yrs later, I consider myself to be a multi-genre artist. creating all types of music; pop, edm/dance, hip/hop, r&b, just to name a few. My goal with music is to continue creating sounds that resonate with the advanced listener. keep all eyes and ears open for my upcoming album titled "2020," which will consist of lots of love/heartbreak material.   



After music came fashion. If I haven't mentioned already, I'm from Ivory Coast, a French speaking country located in west Africa. I grew up in America being ashamed to wear African attire because of the harsh feedback I would get from others at school. years later, the entertainment world began embracing Africa, African attire, and African people, which then birthed the start of my clothing brand "Jordan Yébé." my mom encouraged me to begin selling west African. I took her advice and quickly afterwards, my clothing began to overshadow my music. which is fine because it's under the same brand. I wanted a website about a year prior to me launching one. I wanted to wait until I had enough substance for a website. when the time came, paying someone to create a website for me was too expensive so I created my own website, thanks to squarespace. I started my online clothing store with about 50 pieces. I went around town to every barbershop & beauty salon selling my clothing. I also talked to everyone I saw out in public, and made sure I always had business cards on me. it is now 2018, I've accomplished a lot but I am no where near where I'd like to be. in 2016 & part of 2017, I took a break from clothing to recreate my brand. I plan to release more west African fashion later this year. as of right now, I've dedicated my time into pushing my current movement racism die. I'm currently designing and selling urban wear such as t-shirts, hats. beanies all inspired by my racism die movement. The goal with racism die is to continue using art to unify the human race.


One thing I've always told myself is that no matter how much money I make or how far I get in life, I have to share my blessings. giving back to those in need is exactly what my outreach ministry feed the streets does. I've been mapping out the blueprint since 2016. I didn't really know how to go about starting, running, or finding help for an outreach ministry. fast forward to 2017, I got tired of putting the idea off and simply released feed the streets online and since then, I've accomplished 2 successful events with the help of my volunteers and many others. in the next 2-5 years I plan on taking feed the streets international. I want to be in a position where I'm able to give scholarships to the deserving, educate others, on healthier living, build homes for those in need, & create school in Africa. those are just a few, upon the several things I want feed the streets to contribute to this world. 


If you've made it this far into my bio, you're probably like "man what else does this guy do?!" Well, recently I've dived head first into the world of photography. Mobile photography to be exact. Thanks to apple for creating the iPhone X, which allows me to produce grade A photographs and beautiful prints. One day I will pick up a DSLR but until then I will continue mastering the art of mobile photography and videography soon.

thank you

thank you for making it to the end of my bio. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it! Please be sure to stay updated on my site and on Instagram