Nick Jonas, HFPA


We're happy to report that Nick Jonas' brothers Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas are completely supportive of his solo music career.

Following the Jonas Brothers' breakup back in October of last year, Nick is opening up about his new music and says there's no bad blood between the former bandmates.

"There are moments when you sort of question yourself like anything and wonder if you're making the right move forward, but I feel like the minute I really started creating, I came to a place where I was locked in and felt like I was making the right move, pushing myself and continuing to be around people that make me better," Nick told us exclusively at last night's HFPA Grants Banquet in Beverly Hills. "And it's been a great process. I'm really looking forward to people hearing the whole record."

Nick says Kevin and Joe got to hear his latest single "Chains" before anyone else. "They heard it before everyone else did. They loved it," he told us. "They were really positive. It was great to feel that from them. They all have their things going on as well. We're supportive for each other till the end."

As for what fans think of Jonas' new solo music, he dished, "The response has been incredible...It's so different from what I've released in the past and it is sort of helping change opinions and evolve things and moving forward."

Jonas also exclusively teased his next single. "In the next couple weeks, you'll be seeing a new song, it's called ‘Jealous,'" he revealed. "‘Jealous' is a little bit more up-tempo. It's a fun song with a topic I think a lot of people relate to. It will make you get up and dance a little bit but it still has a little bit on the dark side."

Get excited!

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