Her first single, “Sin So Well” which peaked at #80 on the Billboard Hot 100, #35 on Billboard’s Adult Top 40 chart and #33 on Billboard’s Top 40 Mainstream chart. Another single “Hey Genius” didn’t appear to chart at all.
Rebekah had sought and was granted a release from Elektra due to creative differences. She later signed to J Records for a brief time, but didn’t release any music from the label and requested a release from the label.
In 2005, Rebekah (under the name Rebekah Jordan) released the EP “The Trouble with Fiction” independently on her own record label, Tea Party Records.
In 2006, she started a band called Dreaming Ferns. They made a limited edition EP called “You’re A Spark” that was only available at live shows.
In 2009, Rebecca relocated to Brooklyn, New York and signed to Imagem Music as a songwriter. She began writing with Alice Smith and John Legend. In 2010, she was given the Abe Olman Award by the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
In 2011, she released the EP “Souvenir” which was produced by Thad DeBrock. She was nominated for an Independent Music Award.
Rebecca was featured as a guest vocalist on the Wax Poetics release “Adrian Younge Presents Venice Dawn” on the songs “Midnight Blue,” “First Step on the Moon” and “It’s Me.”
She was also featured as a vocalist and writer on the Rockie Fresh mixtape “Driving 88” on the song “No Worries” and on The KickDrums “Follow The Leader” mixtape on the song “Lights” in 2012.
In 2013, Rebecca was invited to perform at The Kennedy Center for the ASCAP Foundation’s Contemporary Composer Series. Along with her music career, she acted in two films “Liberty Heights” and “Latter Days.”
To see Rebekah’s official website, go to:
To see a fan-made video for “Sin So Well,” go to:
[updated on 03-09-14]