Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas (Photo Anthony Mandler)

  • By Kenne Hoffman

Nick Jonas has released his fourth solo album, Spaceman. The 29-year-old singer, songwriter, and actor already has an impressive list of accomplishments under his belt. At age seven he released his debut single, and then with his brothers Joe and Kevin formed The Jonas Brothers band and released a series of successful albums before becoming stars on the Disney Channel and in the films Camp Rock and its sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam. The talented trio also starred in two of their own series. While on a break from recording with his brothers in 2009, Nick formed a new band called Nick Jonas & the Administration, and then shifted his focus back to acting with recurring roles on the television series Smash and Scream Queens.

In 2014, he released his second solo studio album Nick Jonas and later co-founded Safehouse Records. In 2016 he released his third studio album Last Year Was Complicated which peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 chart. In the meanwhile, his successful acting career also continued to thrive. On February 25, he performed his new single “Spaceman” on SNL (and hosted!) and released the album. He says the lyrics are about love and the Covid-19 pandemic, which he feels has left everyone feeling completely disconnected from the world. The album explores four themes — distance, indulgence, euphoria, and commitment. Here’s to love everlasting and a virus-free world!

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