Steven Aaron Jordan, best known as Stevie J, was born on November 2, 1971. He is an American disc jockey (DJ), record producer, and television personality. Jordan is a Grammy award-winning record producer whose career goes back to 1992. His talents and hilarious personality have set him apart in the music industry. Hence, our reason for celebrating his special day right here!
Steven Aaron Jordan is an American DJ, record producer, television personality, television producer, and songwriter. He has garnered fame, recognition, and enviable accolades for his craft. Jordan was born on November 2, 1971, and his birthplace is Utica, New York. His mother’s name is Penny Daniels, while his father is Moses Jordan. He is of African-American descent and a Scorpio. Jordan’s childhood was split between Buffalo and Rochester, New York, where his father raised him. He developed an interest in music when he was younger.
Jordan played the bass guitar with Jodeci. He was also a Swing Mob member but signed with Bad Boy Records when the band folded. Jordan was an in-house producer and writer for Bad Boy Records. He often worked with Sean Combs, a.k.a. P-Diddy. Jordan produced ‘Only You,’ the lead single of 112’s debut eponymous album, featuring Notorious B.I.G. He is also credited as the producer of some tracks on the latter’s “Mo Money Mo Problems” album. In 1997, he won a Grammy award for Combs’s “No Way Out” album. Jordan also got a Grammy nomination for his work on Mariah Carey’s “Butterfly” (1997) album. He produced the album’s lead single, ‘Honey.’ He also produced several songs from Carey’s “#1” album in 1998, including ‘I Still Believe’ and ‘Theme from Mahogany.’ As an adept producer, Jordan worked with Beyonce, Jay-Z, Lil’ Kim, Deborah Cox, Simbi Khali, Tamia, Eve, and many more in the 90s. In 2012, he joined the VH1 reality T.V. series “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.” The show highlighted his relationship with his long-time girlfriend, child’s mother, Mimi Faust, and his new girlfriend, Joseline Hernandez. Jordan has starred in many spin-offs of this show, including “Stevie J. & Joseline: Go Hollywood” in 2016, “Leave It To Stevie,” which ran from 2016 to 2018, and “Joseline’s Special Delivery” in 2017.
Jordan’s talent and credibility as a record producer speak for him. He has worked with many talented musicians, from Summer Walker to Faith Evans, Rick Ross, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, etc. As a record producer with coveted fame, Jordan has had many relationships known publicly. He is known for his bad-boy persona, especially on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.” He’s been linked to multiple women. He married singer Faith Evans in 2018 but filed for divorce in 2021. Jordan has six children from five women.
Jordan receives a Grammy for producing the “No Way Out” album by Sean Combs.
Jordan joins the T.V. series “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” as a primary cast member.
Jordan stars in and executive produces his show “Leave It To Stevie,” which runs for two seasons.
Jordan plays the role of DJ Dash in this Fox musical drama series.
Why We Love Stevie J.
He is hilarious
Amid all the chaos on the reality show, Jordan remains his hilarious self. Although he instigates said chaos, he emerges with his funny personality intact.
He is talented
Jordan has contributed to a long list of award-winning songs. His record-producing talents are undeniable.
He loves to entertain
From watching Jordan on reality T.V. shows, you can tell that he loves drama. However, he still tried to make it entertaining.
5 Surprising Facts
His mother left him
Jordan’s mother abandoned her family when he was a child.
He wasn’t married to Hernandez
It might have appeared like Jordan and Hernandez tied the knot on the reality show, but the pair were not legally married.
He was sentenced to three years probation
Jordan got three years of probation and a million-dollar restitution fee for non-payment of child support obligations.
He’s a grandfather
Jordan has a grandson from his eldest son, Dorian.
He lost his virginity to a teacher
Jordan lost his virginity at 17 to a substitute teacher at his school.
Stevie J. FAQs
How many Grammys does Stevie J. have?
The record producer has won three Grammy Awards.
Why did Stevie J. not continue in “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta?”
During production, he was said to act like a big shot and boss around the producers, and he allegedly attacked Erica Mena at the show’s reunion taping.
Why did Stevie and Faith break up?
The pair married in Las Vegas but divorced on October 19, 2021, due to irreconcilable issues.
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