Joe Jonas isn't playing games for his solo album. Having already hooked up with songwriter Claude Kelly and producer Danja, Jonas is also adding some pop&b flavor to his forthcoming project with an assist from Chris Brown.
The two made headlines earlier this month when a photo of them in the studio together hit the Internet. It was tweeted out by producer Hit-Boy (Lil Wayne, Eminem, Kanye West, 50 Cent), who also had this message for fans interested in hearing what the two young men were cooking up. "@joejonas @HitBoy_SC @chrisbrown just did a smash! Whooo."
"We wrote a song called 'See No More,' " Joe told MTV News at the Us Weekly Hot Hollywood Style issue party Tuesday night. "It's on the album, and people are going back and forth; we're all trying to figure out singles right now. But it was a great experience. Chris is such a talented dude."
While their backgrounds seem very different, Brown and Jonas both started out as teen stars and are now trying to bridge the gap to adulthood. Joe said it was a lot of fun working with his fellow chart-topper. "He's got thousands of songs," Jonas said. "He's always in the studio, and to work with him is really fun. We were able to collaborate really well together, and the vibe in the studio was really chill; just two musicians writing together."
No release date has been set for Jonas' solo debut, but Joe has been quick to keep fans abreast of the album's progress on Twitter. "Finished the album photo shoot today. So excited. A dream come true indeed," he wrote April 6. "Can't wait to show you all!"
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