Joe Jonas officially started his solo music career earlier this morning when his single “See No More” hit the airwaves on Chicago’s 96.3 FM.
“It’s exciting, you know? I mean, having my brothers’ support in this whole project is the biggest thing for me and the fact that they’re loving the music and everything,” the singer told morning DJs J & Julian about his solo venture. “Being onstage by myself, you know? It will be different for sure. I know there’s going to be that little bit of jitters that I’ll have to get out of me that are just going to be there.”
In the track, which also features Chris Brown, the 21 year old Jonas sings of heartache that was inflicted by an ended relationship. In a recent interview with People Magazine Joe explained:
“I wanted to be really honest with what I wrote about, whether good or bad, I think it’s a coming of age record to it has a feel you can play in the club, but also there are songs that I think are heartfelt. It’s a whole new experience for me. I mean, a good experience, because I’m able to write songs that I have been wanting to write for a long time. It’s completely brand new to me.”
The album, which remains untitled at this point, is scheduled to drop on September 6, 2011.