Mic Jordan, Anishinaabe, is a hip hop artist from Belcourt, ND, who is currently based in Fargo.

Like many young people, he grew up loving music, and what he's doing with it today deonstrates a belief that it's more powerful than mere entertainment. His biography at his official Facebook page talks about "us[ing] his voice to tackle issues about gun violence, alcoholism, and self confidence."

Perhaps the title of his latest single says it all: "Music Saved Me," which comes off an album, Sometime After 83, he plans to release this summer. He's currently offering the track as a free download at BandCamp.

The guest vocals on "Music Saved Me" are provided by Ashley Rose.

Source:  FaceBook Page

Biography: Mic Jordan is an Native American Hip Hop artist that speaks truth and passion about life and where he came from. Growing up, music heavily influenced his childhood and he uses his voice to tackle issues about gun violence, alcoholism, and self confidence. As a performer, he continues to change the mind of those who would suspect hip hop as being a form of verbal violence to the like ability of the genre.

Mic Jordan, currently working on the Sometime After 83 album that date will be announced soon. Please stay to tune to what the future holds for Mic Jordan


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