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Jonas Brothers Drop ‘X’ Music Video With Karol G

The brothers joined forces with the Latin Grammy Award-winner for the irresistible track and shot an ingenious video while in quarantine.

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It’s been a busy weekend for the Jonas Brothers. Following the release of their two-song bundle, XV, on Friday, the trio released a video for single ‘X’, featuring Colombian reggaeton singer and Latin Grammy Award-winner, Karol G. Over the weekend, the four artists performed the upbeat track on Lebron James’ special, Graduate Together: America Honors The Class Of 2020. The group’s upbeat performance followed the highly-touted commencement speech by former President Barack Obama.

The video for ‘X’ was shot in each of the artists’ individual homes and directed by Josh Rimmey & Zach Williams, whose credits include work for Blink 182, Demi Lovato and Kendrick Lamar. The Grammy-nominated trio and multi-platinum-selling singer will reunite remotely, once again, to perform the song this Thursday, 19 May during the finale of NBC’s The Voice.

Jonas Brothers fans initially received a taste of ‘X’ and song ‘Five More Minutes’ in the new Amazon Originals concert film and documentary, Happiness Continues. The band was flooded with requests for both songs to be officially released. The result was the XV EP.

Released as a surprise in late April, Happiness Continues picks up where 2019’s Chasing Happiness left off, capturing the brothers’ extensive tour dates around Happiness Begins, their acclaimed, chart-topping comeback album.

Happiness Continues captures the brothers’ emotional first show together, following a five-year hiatus. It also offers fans a front-row seat at packed arenas in cities like Vancouver, New York and Mexico City, as well as at the intimate Cobra Lounge in Chicago. In addition to concert footage, the documentary takes a deeper look into the lives of brothers Nick, Joe, and Kevin, as they navigate touring, their relationship with one another and their new families. Happiness Continues is available to stream now exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

Listen to the best of The Jonas Brothers on Apple Music and Spotify.

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