Joe Jonas Heads to the Dark Side on MUZU.tv
LONDON, July 7, 2011 -- Joe Jonas, one third of Disney channel staples The Jonas Brothers and professional Christian, has teamed up with R&B's bad boy Chris Brown on the tween favourite's new track 'See No More'. The video signals a departure from shiny, happy pop and features Joe remembering a past love whilst the room catches on fire, the video can now be seen in full on music video site MUZU.tv.
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The track sees Joe begin to move in a new direction away from his previous clean-cut image to take an edgier approach, and nothing says 'edgy' like working with Chris Brown.
'See No More' is the first single from Joe's debut solo album since taking a break from his fellow Jonases, the track is a heartfelt plea to his ex who seems to have left him to spin in circles in the middle of nowhere. Joe is left to mourn her leaving by giving her possessions intense looks, so intense in fact he sets her dress on fire and the walls explode.
On teaming up with Chris Brown, Joe said 'I think it had been a long time coming for us to try to get into the studio together. He played me like 100 songs and I played him like 30. We were like, let's get together and write. The next day we got together and two hours later we had 'See No More.'
Rob Gotlieb of MUZU.tv said 'we're not sure what his mum will think'.
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To see this video and more from pop stars who no longer want to go to heaven visit MUZU.tv.
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