Steven Aaron Jordan also known as Stevie J is a singer, songwriter, and a record producer who was one among the most successful record producers in the 1990s. He played a huge part in the debut album of Puff Daddy, No Way Out for which he won a Grammy Award in 1997. Throughout his career, Steven has worked with several great artists like Tevin Campbell, The Notorious B.I.G, Faith Evans, and Mariah Carey. Let us have a brief look at the career and net worth of Stevie J in 2020 in this article.
Early Life & Biography
On November 2, 1973, Moses Jordan and Penny Daniels welcomed their son Steven Aaron Jordon in Buffalo, New York, the United States. His mother abandoned the family and as a result if that Steven was raised by his father alone. He spent most of his childhood and adulthood in Rochester, New York.
Steven J has been linked to many women throughout his career including Eve Jihan Jeffers-Cooper and Alex Martin, and he has 6 six children with different women. His first child Dorian Jordan was born to Rhonda Henderson in 1995, who made Stevie a grandfather through his son Zion. Stevie’s second child a daughter was born to Felicia Stover in 1995 followed by Steven Jordan Jr. and Savannah Jordan to Antoinette Bennett in 1997 and 1998 respectively.
Miami Faust gave birth to his daughter Eva Giselle Jordan in 2009 and singer Puerto Rican singer Joseline Hernandez gave birth to Bonnie Bella Jordan in 2016. Steven also has an adopted son Angel Antonio Fernandez. Steven married Faith Evans in July 2018.
Career, Awards & Nominations
Stevie J became popular through his work in the Hitmen for the Bad Boy Records as he was an in-house producer and also a writer for the record label. He mostly worked with Sean Puffy Combs, the owner of the Bad Boy Records. Steven produced the lead single of the R&B quartet 112, Only You ft The Notorious B.I.G and went on to produce several of his records including Mo Money Mo Problems, Notorious Thugs, and Last Day.
Stevie won the Grammy Award for his work in No Way Out album by Combs especially for the song I’ll Be Missing You. He also got a Grammy nomination for his work on Mariah Carey’s Butterfly. He produced songs such as Honey, Breakdown, and I Still Believe from Mariah Carey’s Butterfly.
Apart from producing, he also appeared in albums such as The Show, The After Party, and The Hotel as he had experience in performing as a live musician with Jodeci before joining the Bad Boy Records.
Stevie started to appear in the VH1 reality series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta in 2012, in which he and Joseline Hernandez became popular as a couple as rumors went rounds that the two were in love. In 2013 and 2014, he appeared as the pre-show host for the BET Hip Hop Awards and in 2015, he hosted Love & Hip Hop: The Wedding. In 2016, he was included in the main cast of the show Stevie J & Joselin: Go Hollywood and he also starred in the show Leave it to Stevie from 2016 to 2018.
Net Worth & Earnings
His salary for appearing in a single episode of the Love & Hip Hop franchise was said to be $320,000. As an artist, singer, songwriter, and a record producer he has so far earned around $20 million. His net worth is estimated to be $6.5 million.
Throughout his career, Stevie has been a key in the career of many famous artists such as Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Sean Combs, Ma$e, Deborah Cox, Simbi Khali, and many others.