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Joe Jonas Experimenting With Electropop Sound for Solo Debut Album

November 23, 2010 (5:01 am) GMT
From a softer sound, the middle of the Jonas Brothers rises the tempo to a more up-beat one for the album he is working outside the Jonas Brothers.
Joe Jonas

has revealed which direction he intends to go for his upcoming first solo studio album. Instead of keeping his path on the pop/rock music, he decided to switch the lane by recording up-tempo beat.

Though so, dance music was not Joe's first choice. The middle of the Jonas band actually started his solo studio project with a softer sound, sharing to In Style "I began writing it with a mentality, but now I'm switching gears a bit."

While he still keeps other details of the album under radar, he did mention about working with electropop singer/producer FrankMusik to help him with the new sound. "He's awesome. We've gone through a couple of different sounds," Joe said.

Last September, a source said the album is tentatively planned for early 2011 release. The source added that Joe "wants a more dangerous sound" with "sexier, vibe." His brother bandmate , who already went solo with his side project The Administration last year, assured fans that Joe's music is "really good."

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