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It’s been eight years since Jordan Lewis moved to L.A. and settled in behind the mixing board as an engineer for The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, the legendary production duo behind hits for Rihanna, Beyonce, Justin Bieber, and others. Soon, Lewis was engineering tracks for T.I. and Jessie J before making the jump to work with Travis Scott as his personal engineer.

Now, Lewis is out on his own, recording and sharing music steeped in his own reflection. Following a string of increasingly cinematic, genre-bending singles (and accompanying videos) over the past year, Lewis’ latest effort is “Company,” a track that we’re debuting today, right here at The Rock Father Magazine. Check it out below:

“Sometimes you get to a place in life where things feel settled and you know you are doing the things you’re ‘supposed’ to be doing but you still feel stuck in the past,” Lewis tells The Rock Father. “You realize that things aren’t necessarily better now, they are just different. ‘Company’ is a song about that realization and trying to make peace with it.”

“Company” hits all major digital streaming services tomorrow. Click here to pre-save it to your library on Spotify or Apple Music!

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James Zahn aka The Rock Father is the founder and publisher of The Rock Father Magazine, and also serves as Editor-in-Chief of The Toy Book, and Senior Editor of The Toy Insider and The Pop Insider. Zahn is an Illinois-based writer, media personality, commentator, director, actor, adventurer, raconteur, and overall pop culture and toy enthusiast. James is frequently called upon for expert commentary on the toy industry and has been seen on or quoted in Yahoo! Finance, CNN, FOX Business, MarketWatch, Forbes, NBC, ABC, CBS, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The NY Post, The Chicago Tribune, PopSugar, Fangoria, Starlog, and many more. He has been involved with business, entertainment, and media for more than 30 years, with a passion for music, film, retail, and publishing. Follow James on Twitter @TheRockFather. Email him: