Joe Jonas Talks About Continuing His Solo Career
Last year, the Jonas Brothers looked all set for a reunion tour and a new album. But after a few singles were released, the boy band called it quits for good.
That doesn’t mean, however, all three members have given up on music, and recently, Joe Jonas told Scene magazine that he has plans for a new album.
While Jonas commented on Justin Bieber, who essentially succeeded the Jonas Brothers’ teen pop stardom in the late ‘00s, he went onto reveal he’s working on a follow-up to 2011’s Fastlife. He explained: “I’m trying to [make it] something that I really want it to be — do music that I’m really proud of and not let too many cooks in the kitchen.”
That doesn’t mean there aren’t collaborations on the table, and The Strokes’ Albert Hammond, Jr. is expected to make an appearance.
Fastlife debuted in 2011, with a more mature sound for the middle Jonas Brother. The Hollywood Records release didn’t do too poorly, eventually peaking at No. 15 on the Billboard 200.
Before the fall last year, the three-piece had planned an album titled V, but upon their breakup in November, the Jonas Brothers revealed it wouldn’t ever be released. Instead, just a handful of singles came out during the year before.
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