Joe Jonas' first solo single, titled "See No More" and co-written by Chris Brown, debuted worldwide today (June 3) via Chicago radio station B96 (96.3 FM)'s morning show.
Joe Jonas, "See Now More" (radio rip)
Jonas dished on his solo career to B96 DJs Julian and J: "It's exciting, you know? I mean, having my brothers' support in this whole project is the biggest thing for me and the fact that they're loving the music and everything. Being onstage by myself, you know? It will be different for sure. I know there's going to be that little bit of jitters that I'll have to get out of me that are just going to be there."
"See No More" finds Joe Jonas steering his solo career more toward urban-pop, hip-hop and electronica than his pop-rock past hits with the Jonas Brothers -- possibly influenced by Chris Brown, who co-wrote the track alongside Jonas and producer Brian Kennedy. Kennedy, who's worked with Rihanna ("Disturbia"), Ciara, Brandy and Brown, helms the production on "See No More," which nicely highlights Jonas' falsetto register.
The JoBro sings on the vulnerable break-up track's chorus: "I don't want to wait for you / I don't want to wake up thinking, hoping you'll get it right this time / Cause you know that you so cold / I don't want to see no more."
Jonas' first solo single will hit iTunes June 13, with his full solo record arriving Sept. 6. In addition to Brian Kennedy, producers on the album include Rob Knox and Danja.
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