Jordan Kristine Seamón or “J.K.” as she is known, is an American actress, singer, song-writer, author, artist and entrepreneur. Jordan first established herself as a singer-songwriter in early 2018, and is credited at age 16, for being the youngest artist to ever write and release 6 songs in 6 months after departing from their former girl group & becoming a solo artist. J.K.’s debut single, “Glo Up” and a remix feat. High Defynition initiated the journey, then the young polymath immediately peppered the next few months with the release of her “Untitled” mini-EP and followed it up with three headline tours, also having performed and been featured over 100 times in their short career.
Jordan’s acting debut was playing Caitlin on HBO’s We Are Who We Are. Before then, her acting experience consisted of school plays in her hometown of Philadelphia.
A true multi-disciplinary young artist, J.K. drew all of the original cover art for all of their singles on “Identity Crisis”, the album cover art, and her previous singles. Jordan has also co-authored “Daddy’s Big Secret, Jordan Learns the Truth” a children’s book, with their father Jermaine. DBS is based on a true story and tells about the day that her Daddy told her his biggest secret, of his being dyslexic. Jordan also serves as the COO of Seamón Enterprises & Entertainment Co, and The Seamón Family Foundation, a non-profit organization which is committed to Social & Financial Investment in Arts & Culture, through youth, parental and community education and empowerment.