Music gets me through everything
Jolevvi was born in his mothers country, Eswatini in Southern Africa in the year 2000 and given the name Jordan.
2 months after birth his father came from Canada to bring his mother and him back home. Growing up in the lougheed area of Burnaby was part of Jordans life but only for 2 years of his very young life, after working in a psych ward his father wanted to move on in life and see new things and this feeling took the family over to Korea. While Jordan was growing up getting ready to start attending school his parents were teaching english in korean universities. Jordan picked up the language fluently around the age of 5 as he started attending kindergarten and 1st grade. After getting fed up with their quality of life in the outskirt city of Ulsan the family decided to move to an island in the Philippines called Boracay, where Jordan spent most of his time growing up, he attended school from grade 2-8 there. This is where he met all of his childhood friends but by the time Jordan left to Canada in 2015 his whole class had dispersed to different parts of the world to gain a better education. Contact was kept between some but lost between most due to Jordan god given deficiency of not being able to reply on time. Anyways, Jordan moved to Chilliwack BC, in Canada with his grandmother for 1 year of school and then moved to North Vancouver for the following years. This is where Jordan found his roots, he played club basketball at a high level there along with highschool basketball. People began to know and hear about Jordan not only because of his basketball capabilities but also because he was finally done moving around so much. Jordan found comfort in Vancouver and it is where he calls home today.