The middle of the Jonas Brothers is going to release the Chris Brown-written single, which 'carries a lot of personal emotions', next month.
Joe Jonas is getting ready to give his fans the first taste of his upcoming solo studio album. The middle of the Jonas Brothers is going to debut "See No More" as the first single from the effort on radio on June 3 and release it for download ten days later. Produced by Brian Kennedy, the song was co-written by Joe and Chris Brown earlier this year.
"Working on this album has been a rewarding but intense experience. 'See No More' especially carries a lot of personal emotions with it and I am hoping people listening to it will get a sense of where I'm coming from with this new sound," says Joe. "I've had an awesome team working with me on the music and I am excited, anxious, but more importantly... ready... to share it all with my fans. It's as much for them as it is for me."
Now, Joe's preparing to shoot a music video "probably in the next few weeks." He gushed to MTV, "I've been working with director now to come up with the concept and the entire idea of what it is for me. I think it's more so about how the emotions and the feelings that are going through and how you're dealing with them and just displaying them in physical actions, so it'll be the first really thought-out video that I've done."
Three months after releasing the single, Joe is set to make his solo album available for purchase across the United States on September 6 via Hollywood Records. Beside featuring Brian Kennedy production, the forthcoming record will have Danja and Rob Knox sitting behind production table as well.