WHO: Our Next Up Artist of the week is Chord Overstreet
WHY: The former Glee star has transitioned to work on his music career. His new EP, Tree House Tapes was mostly written in his house which he says is like a tree house. After his single, "Hold On" was released he revealed that he doesn't want to be placed in any type of box. "I like being experimental and not being boxed into pop, country or anything else. Some of you may not know, but the musical trait runs in Overstreet's genes. His father, Paul Overstreet is known for writing for Blake Shelton and Randy Travis and has 10 country albums on his own. Stay on the lookout for this guy because he's going places.
FUN FACT: He can impersonate pretty much anyone from George W. Bush to Matthew McConaughey.
Watch him perform "Hold On" below: