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Jaden

Jaden

Jaden


"Sex On Fire", a Kings Of Leon cover, is objected to be one of Jaden's proudest recordings to date. The R&B rocker, loves fusing the genres to create a style of his own. The personally loved track, reflects influences from rockstars such as Lenny Kravitz and Prince and bodies an acoustic hip-hop drum pattern, which creates an urban flare. Jaden, a tenor born in the southern part of Maryland, grew up listening to gospel greats, as well as admiring the musical works of Tina Turner. Read more on Last.fm
"Sex On Fire", a Kings Of Leon cover, is objected to be one of Jaden's proudest recordings to date. The R&B rocker, loves fusing the genres to create a style of his own. The personally loved track, reflects influences from rockstars such as Lenny Kravitz and Prince and bodies an acoustic hip-hop drum pattern, which creates an urban flare. Jaden, a tenor born in the southern part of Maryland, grew up listening to gospel greats, as well as admiring the musical works of Tina Turner. Introduced to him by his mother, Ms.

Turner's music gave him the inspiration to infuse edge and emotion to his performances. Such ample emotion he feels is important today, to deliver in his own music. His music, which he writes himself, aims at self-empowerment and stories told from life's own realizations. Currently, Jaden is hard at work on his debut set whom he is tentatively titling "XOXO". Why "XOXO"? He explains, "Each hug to me is an encounter and each kiss created moments.

My music will tell you of my encounters and moments, in hopes that you relate with your own encounters and create new moments with." "XOXO" coming soon. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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