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Jaden Hossler Performs “Chrome Hearted” For First Time

While Jaden Hossler was only added to the When We Were Young Fest bill this past week when set times for the festival were announced, he knew exactly how to bring the energy to his performance! 

After releasing his pop-banger “Chrome Hearted” earlier this month and dropping by for an exclusive idobi Radio interview earlier today, Hossler took to the Ghost Stage for a 20-minute set that featured the new single as his closer. 

In case you weren’t able to catch Jaden Hossler’s set, don’t worry because idobi Radio has got you covered!! Check out the video clips of his performance of “Chrome Hearted” below. 

Jaden Hossler When We Were Young Fest Set Times:

Oct. 22—Las Vegas, NV @ When We Were Young Fest—Ghost Stage @ 1:20 PM PT

More on Jaden Hossler:

Speaking on behalf of his new single, Hossler shared with Billboard his journey into the pop world. Experimenting with his sound for the last year, he discusses the inspiration behind the new single. “I’ve been playing with pop for about a year, but I could never find the right sound,” he says. “It was either too bubble gummy or just didn’t feel like me—I really wanted to find a sound of my own. I’ve always leaned towards ballads, but then I was like, ‘I want to make [a song] that is uplifting and could go on radio.’ I kind of got obsessed with [luxury brand] Chrome Hearts at the time, so it came into my mind to use it as an adjective. I had this melody, and as soon as I sang it, I was like, ‘This is gonna be one of my biggest songs.’”

And in 15 minutes, the chorus hook of “Chome Hearted” was written. The writing process allowed Hossler to trust his instincts and write within the genre that he had been searching for all along. “I’ve really struggled with trusting my instincts over the past two-three years,” Hossler adds. “And this was the first time where I trusted myself, so that was the start of this whole new process for me.”

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