Jordan Dean “Mystery” Ezekude is a British artist, music producer and Game Master born in Winchester, England with a passion for entertainment. Inspired by various musicians including Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Kate Bush and Daft Punk as well as the soundtracks for various video games including Sonic the Hedgehog, Final Fantasy and Castlevania, he specialises in producing electronic dance music including house, trance, synthwave and drum & bass. As a music producer and a Game Master, he strives to create memorable music and run thrilling role-playing games with powerful storytelling to entertain audiences of the future.
Mystery Ezekude has over eight years of experience with creating music and mixing sound, having created and released over 80 electronic tracks on Soundcloud. His debut album, Incognitus Sound, is now streaming on over 50 music platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. The album features nine instrumental tracks, ranging from progressive house to Eurodance, providing 40 minutes of dynamic dance delight.
Before he became a music producer and a Game Master, Mystery Ezekude's primary focus was art and design. He graduated from the Northern School of Art in Interactive Media and later studied Computer Games Art at Teesside University. After his studies, he released a Flash game on Newgrounds titled Comfort and created a children’s book titled The Standout Chameleon. He later worked for two years as a voluntary marketing/PR designer, providing visual content for clients such as Roseberry Community Consortium, Digital Leopard and Eastleigh Twinning Association. He also entered three annual exhibitions at The Arc as a member of Winchester Art Club and won four short story competitions as a member of Hampshire Writers’ Society.
Mystery Ezekude grew up playing countless video games since childhood including Sonic the Hedgehog, Castlevania, Final Fantasy, Tekken, OutRun and No More Heroes. He loves playing games so much that he always dreamed about making his own. At the age of 26, he began playing tabletop role-playing games online, namely Dungeons & Dragons and Vampire: The Masquerade. Two years later, he started creating and running his own Vampire: The Masquerade games on Roll20 including Red Strings, A Night in New Orleans and New Orleans After Dark.
With six months of experience in creating and running Vampire: The Masquerade games as a Storyteller, he is hoping to create and run his own campaigns of Dungeons & Dragons next, having only recently bought the latest Dungeon Master's Guide.