At the start of their music journey, singer Majid Al-Maskati and producer Jordan Ullman united their talents to form a partnership that is now globally known as Majid Jordan. The R&B duo blessed dance aficionados everywhere following the release of their debut EP Afterhours, catching the attention of Noah “40” Shebiband and signing to OVO Sound. From working with Drake to co-producing and writing the 2013 6x-platinum smash hit “Hold On We’re Going Home,” and a number of successful hits, Majid Jordan have continuously evolved their sound over the years to create a subgenre that is uniquely their own. Majid Jordan also appeared as fictional popstars, the Halal Brothers, in season 3 of Hulu’s critically acclaimed series, Ramy. Gearing up for their highly-anticipated return, the boys are back and ready to explode onto the music scene. It’s been a decade since their first work Afterhours was produced, and this new music aims to pay homage to the beginning of their musical journey, when they originally went by the name “Good People.” Reminiscence is a prominent theme in their most recent development as they aim to remain true to their origins, while they continue to create music that feels and sounds good.
Alex Lustig has cultivated an unmistakable sound—lush ambient instrumentals, R&B hits, house tracks and melodic trap records make up the Belgian producer’s Grammy-nominated, multi Platinum catalog.
Since 2017, he’s built close ties with the OVO camp. Lustig produced five tracks on Drake’s Honestly, Nevermind album, including the single “Falling Back,” as well as “N 2 Deep” with Future from Drake’s 2021 album Certified Lover Boy. He also has records with PARTYNEXTDOOR, Naomi Sharon and Baka Not Nice.
Lustig also produced a couple of tracks with Nigerian sensationRema, “HOV” and “Reason You,” and he has a handful of tracks with Gunna, including “idk that bitch (feat. G Herbo)”. French Montana, Lil Wayne, Machine Gun Kelly, Toosii, Aminé and Tinashe are all amongst Lustig’s lengthy list of artist collaborators.
His solo releases, however, have become Lustig’s bread and butter, and are what have holistically defined his production style. In 2020, two of his tracks were in SiriusXM Chill’s top 20 most played songs. His synth loops are particularly celebrated—Poo Bear and the Audibles, for example, used one in “Come Around Me” for Justin Bieber. In 2023, Lustig is focused on crafting a definitive solo project.