Jordan “Young Hustle” Eversley is the Marketing and Strategic Partnerships Coordinator for Hip Hop Caucus. He implements Hip Hop Caucus’ messaging strategy across the organization’s digital and events platforms, as well as across its grassroots leadership network. He also cultivates relationships with cultural influencers and media outlets to amplify Hip Hop Caucus’ messages and calls to action.

Prior to joining the national staff, Jordan was Hip Hop Caucus’ Leadership Committee Coordinator for Chicago, his hometown.

Jordan has an extensive marketing and public relations background. He made a name for himself in the mid-west by breaking Chicago artists onto the national music scene, leading to several major record deals. His marketing abilities fostered artists like King Louie, who signed with Epic Records. Other notable clients and past projects he consulted for include: top Billboard charting singer and songwriter Jeremih; Grammy-nominated Producer Kosine of The Internz; Sony artist G Herbo; RCA artist Lil Bibby; Interscope artist Dreezy; and DJ L. Alon. He was mentored by nationally recognized music manager John Monopoly, co-founder of the management firm Hustle Period and former manager of Kanye West.

Jordan was previously the Chicago ambassador and is now the National Director of A&R for A3C, the largest hip-hop music festival in the country, which takes place annually in Atlanta, GA.

Jordan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Restaurant Administration from Missouri State where he also played Division 1 football. He lives in Los Angeles and has a daughter who he hopes will follow in his athletic footsteps and play lots of sports.