It’s time for another episode of On Track!
We took a little break last week to focus on election madness, but we’re officially back this week to continue on with season two of: On Track, my series focused on bringing you intimate sit-down interviews with rising queer talent and fierce allies. New podcast episodes are premiering weekly on Thursdays – Subscribe HERE!
Today (November 12), season two continues with NYC multi-talent and nightlife fixture Boy Radio!
Raised in Southern California, by a single mom, Jordan Hall aka Boy Radio now resides in Brooklyn. With a couple of college years under his dance belt, he eventually made the decision to pursue a career in music with the likes of Boy George and divas like Madonna, Grace Jones, Janet Jackson and Britney Spears as sources of inspiration. Jordan Hall is mighty force at a towering 6’5 alone, but over the last few years he’s been steadily making a name for himself beyond that with his consistent string of music releases, all leading to his first full-length project: Pop That, an eclectic and innovative 14-track musical experience, released in 2019.
On this episode, I dive into what Boy Radio has been up to since the pandemic started, their time growing up in Southern California, moving to NYC, the birth of Boy Radio, his project Pop That, the music he’s starting to work on, as well as plans for the future and much more.
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