As of 2011, he released four Top 40 singles; the most well known being "Give It To You" in 1999.
He has released three studio albums, one remix album and one EP.
Jordan had sold over 1.5 million records worldwide as a solo artist.
On May 31, 2011, he released a new studio album, entitled "Unfinished"."Don't let all the screaming girls make you believe you're God...don't let all the jealous guys and terrible articles that people write about make you feel you're nothing..who you are inside basically". He released his first solo album last year (self titled) and is currently working on his second album.
It was not known when the bracelet was removed or whether it broke or he got tired of it."I looked at my friend like, 'Who is that guy up on stage? So, it really has helped him.""It's good, I'm happy," Jonathan agrees."It's too bad that it happened at the age of 46."WATCH: New Kids on the Block: Then & Now Check out an ET flashback to Jonathan and his fellow New Kids in the video below.—Carter and Knight are modern pop legends, and we dare you to refute that. “Yeah, macking on my girlfriend on a boat,” Knight adds.Carter was just 12 when he joined the Orlando-based pop group the Backstreet Boys, performing with the group—barring a two-year hiatus in 2001—ever since, topping charts with hits like “I Want It That Way” and “Larger Than Life,” selling an ungodly amount of albums, and releasing new music as recently as last year. As for their partnership two decades later, it sprouted fairly organically from their respective bands’ collaboration on the blockbuster NKOTBSB tour, which launched in 2011 and was accompanied by a joint compilation album.
After New Kids On The Block disbanded, Jordan launched a solo career.