Jordyn Rayne Unveils Empowering New Single “1-800-Cyber-Bully”

Jordyn Rayne Unveils Empowering New Single "1-800-Cyber-Bully"

Edmonton, June 14, 2024 – Jordyn Rayne, the dynamic 23-year-old singer-songwriter hailing from Edmonton, is back with a bold and resonant new single, “1-800-Cyber-Bully.” This hard-hitting rock anthem directly addresses the pervasive issue of cyberbullying, calling out those who hide behind their screens to demean and harass others.

“1-800-Cyber-Bully” showcases Jordyn’s unflinching honesty and powerful voice, delivering a message that is both timely and necessary. As cyberbullying continues to plague the younger generations, this song serves as a rallying cry for resilience and self-empowerment. With its infectious rhythm and stirring lyrics, listeners will find themselves both moved and motivated to stand against online harassment.

Reflecting on her inspiration for the song, Jordyn shares, “Cyberbullying is a growing pandemic that affects everyone, especially the youth of today. I’m not afraid to say how I feel, and this song is no exception. It’s about time we call out the cowards who think they can tear others down from behind their screens.”

Jordyn Rayne first captured public attention with her debut album, “Time Capsule,” released in April 2021. This collection of heartfelt and vulnerable songs resonated deeply with listeners, especially those navigating the challenges of young adulthood. From bluesy folk sounds to upbeat pop melodies, “Time Capsule” established Jordyn as a versatile and relatable artist.

In the summer of 2022, Jordyn toured with her band, The Reverie, performing at some of Edmonton’s most iconic venues, including The Station on Jasper, Rocky Mountain Ice House, The Starlite Temple, and The Buckingham. She has graced numerous stages in the Edmonton community, such as the Big Valley Jamboree Home Grown Talent Stage, Maclab Theatre, and The Jubilee Auditorium.

With a strong foundation in musical theatre and formal training from Victoria School of the Performing Arts and Visual Arts, Randolph College for the Performing Arts, and MacEwan University, where she recently earned a Diploma in Vocal Performance, Jordyn Rayne is a multifaceted performer with a rich artistic background.

Olivia Long PR

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