May 07, 2009 09:11:20 GMT
Jonas Brothers' new album 'Lines, Vines and Trying Times' may feature Common after rumored tracklisting for the effort comes out and lines up the rapper as the band's collaborator.
A rumored tracklisting of Jonas Brothers' forthcoming fourth studio album "Lines, Vines and Trying Times" has been outed. Put forward by JonasHQ, it reveals twelve new songs with the addition of a bonus track called "Keep It Real".
One of the songs titled "Don't Charge Me for the Crime" is believed to feature rapper Common. Furthermore, a self-written love song entitled "Fly With Me", which is confirmed to be heard at the end title credit for upcoming movie "Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian", is also included in the list.
Regarding story behind the making of the songs in the album, Nick Jonas previously came out with an explanation. First, he discussed about "World War III" song saying, "This is a personal experience for me. 'World War III' deals with the challenge of a girl who keeps attacking you, provoking you, trying to fight you, but all the while she's the only one fighting."
After that, Nick moved on talking about another track, "Hey Baby". The youngest member of the band shared, "We wrote this song for the last record while on the road and felt the old school sound was more cohesive with our present style."
"Lines, Vines and Trying Times" is set for worldwide release on June 16. Explaining the meaning of the album's title, Joe Jonas stated, "Lines are the 'proverbial' lines people will feed you, and vines are obstacles that get in your way." Kevin Jonas added, "Trying Times can be relationships, or anything personal to you. No one is alone in that; we all go through it."
"Paranoid", the lead single off the album, will be released on radios on May 8 and will be dropped for digital purchase on May 12. Its music video is directed by The Malloys and will be premiered sometime soon.
Rumored tracklisting of Jonas Brothers' "Lines, Vines and Trying Times":