The [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist] are busy with solo projects these days: Nick Jonas is cooking up tunes for singers like [article id="1663156"]Charice[/article], and his older brother Joe is putting the finishing touches on his forthcoming solo record.
While fans are dying to know what the album sounds like, Nick's had the chance to hear it for himself. And, not surprisingly, he thinks it's pretty great.
"Joe's record's really coming together nicely," Nick told MTV News. "It's been kind of a process for him to create it, and he's taking his time, which I think is important. But it's really a quality record. I listened to it in the car, and I was just loving it."
Joe has made it clear that [article id="1656036"]the album[/article] will have a more urban, electro club vibe to it, a deviation from the Jonas Brothers' signature pop-rock sound. Nick explained that the people Joe's worked with on the album have certainly helped carve out its sonic path.
"There's so many different sounds, and yet it's still consistent because it was produced by Danja and Rob Knox (Britney Spears, T.I.), who have just done some amazing work," Nick said. "And I'm excited for him. I think he'll have a great year, and [I'm] looking forward to people hearing the music."
Joe has been working on the album for quite some time now and really had people buzzing when he was spotted in the studio working on a song with [article id="1662797"]Chris Brown called "See No More."[/article]
"He's got thousands of songs," Joe said of Brown. "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."
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