The former Jonas Brothers member describes the duet, presumably titled 'Avalanche', as 'a great song' that will feature Lovato's 'amazing' voice.
Nick Jonas confirms he has recorded a duet with frequent collaborator Demi Lovato for his new album. "We did one for my record," the former Jonas Brothers member told E! News. "It's a great song that we both love. Her voice is just amazing on it. She's the real deal. It's the perfect fit for this record."
He opened up more about the collaboration in another interview. Speaking to MTV last week, Jonas said he was working on several songs with Lovato. One of them is titled "Avalanche" and it will appear in his album.
"She and I recorded a song that, um, I think is beautiful. It's not necessarily a love song. It's so easy to do a duet that's a love song because our relationship isn't really that. But there is love there for a friend, you know, and it's beautiful to just talk about," he explained.
"Any kind of relationship can hit a point where if it's not stable, it's not secure then it's like an avalanche crashing down and that's what that song is about," he said and added that he's "excited for people to hear it."
Jonas' newest album, currently untitled, is scheduled to hit the stores in fall. Marking his first non-JB effort since 2010's "Who I Am" (which was released under the name Nick Jonas & The Administration), the LP has been preceded by lead single "Chains".