From creating megahits in the 90s and s to becoming a megachurch pastor, hitmaker Montell Jordan has carved out a musical journey all his own. Although both and the Crips and Bloods ran rampant there, especially in the 80s and 90s, Jordan stayed away from the gangs. Instead, Jordan frequented the local church, where he played the piano. Moreover, pretty much his whole family served at the church in some capacity, meaning that going to church was a tradition he was brought up in. His music portrayed partying, women and drinking. I lived in the church.
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Revisit " Sister, Sister " and more '90s TV throwbacks that need a revival now. See our picks list. Looking for something to watch? Sign In. Montell Jordan Soundtrack Actor Composer. Down 5, this week. He has been married to Kristin Jordan since June
Born into a Baptist family, Jordan attended his local church frequently as a child, where his mother and father worked as deacons. Growing up, Jordan played piano for his church as a musician. Jordan graduated in In an attempt to jump-start his career as a musician, Jordan invited his coworkers to see him perform at a showcase. Jordan's first single was the No. Thanks to the enormous success of the single, Jordan's first album went platinum, selling over a million copies. During the performance a staged flare disoriented him, causing him to fall off the seven-foot stage and hit his head. Despite being taken to the hospital, Jordan sustained no injuries.