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The former Glee star is now a solo artist, spending time with his music career and releasing his own songs.

Chord's New Music 🎤

You may know Chord Overstreet from his role as the adorable Sam Evans on Glee.

During his time spent on the show, Chord sang various hits such as "Billionaire" by Bruno Mars, "Lucky" by Jason Mraz, and more.

In more recent years, Chord has decided to dive into the world of music and songwriting on his own.

Chord chatted with our Nashville Correspondent, Sam Alex, about his recent single, "Cold Feet." The singer discussed the song's meaning and the inspiration behind it:

"You know when you're in bed with your girlfriend, wife, or whoever your significant other is and they put their feet on you and it's like cold. I was like, it might be a fun way to have a sweet message of being like, i'm always gonna be there when you need me."

Chord shared his desire to write something simple and different from his usual stuff:

"I tend to write a lot of heartbreak music, and I was kind of just, in a different mindset and just wanted to put something out there that's just a positive sweet message."

The artist now has over one million Instagram followers and over four million monthly Spotify listeners. You can stream "Cold Feet" now!

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