In 2009, Nick Jonas and Miley Cyrus released the breakup ballad "Before the Storm." The track, which was recorded after the two had split and right before they briefly reconciled, was featured on the Jonas Brothers album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. Now, it seems that the duo might be trying to make that magic happen again.
Music producer Shakur Green, who worked with Cyrus on her Time of Our Lives EP, tweeted that he's heading into the studio to work with the teen stars. "Returning to the studio w/ Miley Cyrus & Nick Jonas on 1/14," he wrote in tweets posted on the AnythingDisney blog, which gained access to the producer's protected Twitter account.
"Can't release any additional information about the project other then it's going to be one of the top albums of 2011," he added. "We're only recording 7-10 records. She has other producers she working with besides myself!"
Although he kept the details somewhat scarce, he did reveal one major piece to the puzzle: "I will share this info: It's going to be a double disk duet album!"
A rep for the stars hadn't responded to MTV News' request for comment by press time.
Cyrus did join the boys onstage for one show in June 2009 to play "Before the Storm." At the time, when MTV News caught up with Nick, he expressed how much he really loved the song. " 'Before the Storm' is probably one of my favorite songs on the record," Nick said. "I think it's probably one of my favorite songs because it has a great story to it. It's a duet with Miley, which is great."
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