AMA 2018: Jordyn Jones talks about her latest track 'Can't Say No' in exclusive interview

The real reason Jordyn Jones has been buzzing nonstop all over social media currently is because of her latest hit single, 'Can't Say No'

AMA 2018: Jordyn Jones talks about her latest track 'Can't Say No' in exclusive interview

Jordyn Jones might have been first introduced to the world back in 2012 when the show 'Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition' premiered late that year, but since then, she has evolved as so much more. Taking up screen space on several multimedia platforms as a talented dancer, singer and model now, Jones actually landed in the fifth position back when she competed in the first season of the Lifetime dance reality series. 

All of 18, her massive claim to fame was her dance cover on Iggy Azalea's song 'Fancy', and later on, her appearance in the YouTube Red original movie called 'Dance Camp'. But the real reason she has been buzzing nonstop all over social media currently is because of her latest hit single, 'Can't Say No.' And as Jones attended the red carpet of the ever so coveted night for music, the American Music Awards 2018, she shared exactly what the limitations of being a social media sensation are, and also how to outgrow that image and keep soaring to newer, more successful heights every day.

“I wasn’t really expecting anything because I didn’t want to like get myself too excited and then be let down," she told MEAWW exclusively. "But my fans have carried the song so far, it went #1 on the global charts and Spotify, which blew my mind, I was literally in my bed crying, and I just have the best fan base in the world and they are so supportive.”

“It helps in a way because you already have a built in audience, but it kind of cuts down your credibility because people want to put you in a box and say ‘because you started on social media you can’t do music or you can’t do an acting career' but realistically, I feel like all of the industries are kind of combining and everyone is dabbling in a little bit of everything so I feel like its something you kind of have to accept,” she added.