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Joe Jonas likes instant fan responses
Joe Jonas loves being able to get instant reactions to his music.
The singer is preparing to release his solo album 'Fast Life' and while he finds it scary singing without his brothers, he admits the transition was made easier because fan feedback is so easy to come across on the internet.
Speaking about fan comments, he said: "I was really excited. I love the world we live in where you can know what people are thinking right away.
"I guess you like it and you don't like it, but I like it because my single 'See No More,' when it released on iTunes, I got the reaction right away of what people are thinking."
Joe also admitted it took a lot of work to get the video he wanted for 'See No More' as he had such a strong vision for the promo's concept.
He told MTV News: "The video kind of came together with a concept I had using a house as a metaphor to show destruction of a heart or of the mind. The first director didn't work out. I kept fighting to find the right treatment."
"The right one was almost dream world with a house where the house is falling apart, the house is on fire, there's explosions. And I'm a guy, so I was immediately really excited about that."Posted on 14 Jul 2011 06:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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