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Jaden Hossler Says His Debut Album ‘Tell Me About Tomorrow’ Is Just A Beginning Of “Changing The World”

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Jaden Hossler, also known as his stage name Jxdn, became sociable the other day so as to continue expressing his excitement regarding his debut album ‘Tell Me About Tomorrow.’

As known, Hossler, who came to prominence with his TikTok videos back in 2019, dropped his pop-punk album back on July 2, through well-known drummer Travis Barker‘s record label. After delivering the exciting news regarding the debut album featuring Machine Gun Kelly, Iann Dior, and Barker as well, he took to his verified Twitter account one more to express that he is still can’t believe the things that happened.

On July 3, the newly punk singer released a photo of himself in front of a giant model of his album cover, and added a message by referring to the cover bearing a childhood photo of him:

I haven’t smiled like this since I was a kid. I’ve been working my whole life to have a voice that impacts people for the better and now I finally do. I’m so blessed for everyone who has helped get me here and can’t thank you all enough for the love and support.”

Then the 20-year-old described his album as an attempt to “change the world;” in his own words:

“This is just the beginning. Let’s change the world together and only together. God is good and Punk is back lovers!”

A day before, the singer took to his verified Instagram account and thanked both Barker and Machine Gun Kelly for their supports on the way to becoming a singer.

See below to view the mentioned tweet.


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