Jordan Fisher is set to release new music with the song “Mess” on October 6, 2017. Following a successful run on the Broadway smashHAMILTON earlier this year, Fisher returned to the studio working with Mike Sabath. Co-written by Fisher along with Dewain Whitmore, Patrick “J-Que” Smith and Mike Sabath, “Mess” marks the first new music from the triple threat artist since the release of his self-titled EP in August 2016 which featured the top 40 hit, “All About Us.”
This announcement follows the news that Fisher will be joining the cast of Dancing With The Stars Season 25 along with dance pro Lindsay Arnold. Season 25 of Dancing With The Stars premieres September 18th on ABC at 8p/7c.
Fisher also joined Tom Hanks, Cate Blanchett, Lin-Manuel Miranda, DJ Khaled, Ringo Starr, Hunter Hayes and more for “EIF Presents: XQ Super School Live” a special one-hour, primetime telecast on ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX that will invite the public to help rethink the future of American high schools.
Jordan Fisher made his mark in FOX’s “Grease: Live” with a scene stealing performance of “Those Magic Changes,” earning him rave reviews from Entertainment Weekly, People Magazine, Buzzfeed, MTV and Ariana Grande who called Jordan her “favorite vocalist.” Jordan’s debut single “All About Us” was the #2 most added song at Pop Radio, hitting the top of Billboard’s pop chart. Following the release of his self-titled EP, Jordan took a turn starring in the Broadway smash, HAMILTON, playing the dual roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton and was featured on the Moana soundtrack with a version of “You’re Welcome” with Lin Manual Miranda.