Electronic pop maker and artist/lyricist Nicholas Robert Danenza Hissom was conceived in London to American guardians. Experiencing childhood in England and going to class in Switzerland, he was presented to various societies from a youthful age. While at the Institut Le Rosey, he started songwriting with schoolmates. In 2012, he connected with Denver-region DJs/makers Manufactured Superstars. Their first cooperative single, “Killin’ Tonight,” appeared that year and he left on his first visit with the generation couple. His next single, “On the off chance that I Die Young,” a propulsive house hymn bundled in a pop melody, was created by Mick Schultz (Rihanna, Jeremih). Hissom marked with Larry Rudolph (Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus) and started recording his presentation EP. Gone before by the lead single “Where You Are,” Love Energy was discharged in 2016.