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Joe Jonas Won't Hold Back in Talking About His Ex in Solo Album

March 19, 2011 (4:36 am) GMT
Beside telling Joe's side of story about his past romance, the forthcoming album will also see him playing 'into sex-symbol role.'

Commenting on ' statement about making an album which will share his side of story in breakups and makeups he's gone through, Claude Kelly said the member won't hold anything back. "It's gonna be good, absolutely," the songwriter told MTV.

Talking more about creative process of Joe's album, Claude gushed, "He's like, 'I want to talk about this girl or how hot she is or we're breaking up or we're together.' He'll say it, and he'll put his life in the song, which makes the best songs." He added, "[Joe] really knows what he wants. His vocals are really awesome, range-wise."

In addition, Claude claims Joe who recently broke up with will lure the ladies to his side with his new songs, "Obviously, he's a sex symbol already, but he's really gonna play into a sex-symbol role [in the album]."

"He's doing edgier, more urban music. I've been working with [producer] Danja," he elaborated. "It's edgy, urban pop where he can showcase his voice in a way people haven't heard him before. So, he's singing more edgy things and the music is more mature, but fun still."

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