Kendall Schmidt, star of Nickelodeon's hit show "Big Time Rush" and singer in the Big Time Rush band, has a lot of projects going on. The show is going on its fourth season while Kendall just returned from a big European tour. Big Time Rush's new album titled 24/Seven is set to be released June 11 and it's already available for pre-order on Amazon. The singer-songwriter also has a side project in the band Heffron Drive with Dustin Belt.
Season four could end up being the last season of "Big Time Rush" on Nickelodeon. Or at least that is according to what star Tanya Chisholm told Starpulse. However, Kendall didn't seem to agree with that when he talked with BFTV. "I really have no idea. I'm pretty sure being part of the band somebody would have told me, and nobody has done that yet," Kendall said via Starpulse. "I love doing the show, so we'll see. I think all of us are okay with taking the time to do something on our own, but also we love being Big Time Rush."
Kendall also discussed the band's new album. "We're really excited about that. We've been working on it since the end of our last tour," Kendall said in the interview. "I think there's 10 songs on the CD, 15 on the deluxe album. All the songs are in an episode, and then the deluxe stuff is just stuff that we had to put on there. James (Maslow) did this song called 'Amazing,' which is really great. Logan (Henderson) and I did a song called 'Untouchable.'"
Kendall revealed that Heffron Drive's tracks are actually older songs that appeal to an older audience. "It's a little more grown-up," Kendall explained. "It's a little more upper teenager lyrical content. The Postal Service is a big inspiration. But it's catchy stuff. My brothers love it just as much as some of the fans love it."