Rapper Jordan Hollywood has released his music video for his Quality Control (QC) Music debut single “Let Me Find Out,” featuring Lil Baby on Monday. The 25-year-old has an EP on the horizon and has gained momentum releasing music online since his teens. Hailing from Broward county, the same area that spawned rappers like Kodak Black, Smokepurpp, Lil Pump, and the late XXXTENTACION, Hollywood has been in the rap game as a co-writer to such names as French Montana and Jason Derulo.
“Let Me Find Out” is eclectic and smooth as Jordan croons and raps about leaving behind the fake and sticking with your real ones. Lil Baby’s soft-swagger tone complements the trance-like melody and Jordan’s fluid flow.
In 2016, Hollywood dropped his first acclaimed album “Sorry For This” which includes his biggest hit “Trill Shit.”
“Jordan [Hollywood] is a very talented creative artist who's very in tuned with the process of being great. I'm excited for the world to experience his work,” said the founder of QC Kevin “Coach K” Lee. Co-founder of QC, Pierre "Pee" Thomas added, “Jordan has an eye for detail that causes his visions to come to life. We look forward to the release of his project as we expand the QC brand.”
Quality Control is the hottest record label right now -- home to Migos, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, Skippa da Flippa to name a few.