Jxdn, who was born on February 8, 2001, rose to fame in 2019 on the video-sharing app TikTok before beginning his career as a musician in early 2020 with the release of his first single "Comatose." Jxdn was born on February 8, 2001. After listening to the single, American musician Travis Barker, who is signed to DTA Records, which has a collaboration arrangement with Elektra Records, signed the artist to his label.
The songs "Angels & Demons" and "So What" were both released by Jxdn in the year 2020, in the months of May and July, respectively. In August 2020, Jxdn published the song "Pray," in which he discusses his feelings of hopelessness and suicidal thoughts. He used the music to gather cash for organizations that work to prevent suicide.
According to the rumors that circulated in October 2020, Hossler signed a global co-publishing arrangement with Warner Chappell Music. The song "Better Off Dead" was published by Jxdn on December 18, 2020. It was co-written by Lauv and Blackbear, and Travis Barker was involved in the production of the song as well. Tell Me About Tomorrow was revealed to be the name of Jxdn's first album to be recorded in a studio setting.
In January 2021, Jxdn may be seen in the movie Downfalls High, which was directed by Machine Gun Kelly. In the latter part of the same month, Hossler released a rock cover of Olivia Rodrigo's debut single, "Driver's License." Travis Barker was the producer of this rendition. Jxdn made the announcement on June 4, 2021, along with the track listing and release date for Tell Me About Tomorrow. They also released the fifth single from the album, titled "Think About Me." As part of MTV's Push series in August 2021, Jxdn gave a performance of "Think About Me," for which she was later considered a candidate for Push Performance of the Year at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards.
On June 28, 2022, Jxdn commemorated the passing of his close friend Cooper Noriega by releasing the songs "Beautiful Boy" and "Even in the Dark." Cooper Noriega passed away on June 9, 2022. Barker, Aldae, Nick Long, and Liza Owen all contributed to the writing of the tunes, and they were released on the day that Noriega's 20th birthday would have been.
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