Rovonder "VonDero" Jordan born & raised on the southside of Chicago was heavily influenced by his surroundings being the youngest of four siblings. A stereo would always be on, standard studies was the focus throughout his education. Even though VonDero considered himself a Hip-Hop dancer, it wasn't until years later that his passion for music would grow stronger. Even though he loved to compete with his team, he just wasn't satisfied, Something was missing. Staying focused on his education, Vondero enrolled into Columbia College Chicago with Digital Media Technology as his major, there was still a void. In his fourth & final year at Columbia, he flushed three years of a promising career down the drain & changed his major to Music Business Management. VonDero's creativity became so strong he was now growing into a mad scientist, already owning a PC, Fruity Loops became his best friend. After the semester ended, not wanting to wait, he signed up for a music production boot camp, which was a nine month accelerated learning introductory course. He wanted more. After meeting an Engineer in class a bond was formed. By the time half of the course was complete, they would go on to own a small home studio. While everyone else was still inquiring where to start, they were the only two in class that had purchased equipment. Isolating himself from friends & family, VonDero would lock himself in the studio after work. He would spend every night in the studio self teaching. After a trip to Los Angeles VonDero waited as long as he could (5 Months), packed only his equipment & clothes & relocated to California to start his journey to success!
Quote: "Your vision is who you are...don't compromise it, give it up or allow anyone to influence or alter it...if you do, then you no longer will be YOU" CAv 7/09
Quote: "The question isn't who is going to let me; it's who is going to stop me" Ayn Rand
Quote: "The only thing that stands between a man and what he wants from life is often merely the will to try it and the faith to believe that it is possible" Richard M. DeVos
Quote: "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure."
Quote: "There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, learning from failure."