Nick Jonas drops his new EDM track "Anywhere." The song serves as the singer's collaboration with DJ Mustard, and it is also his first single for 2018.
The over four-minute song centers on Jonas and DJ Mustard reinforcing the fact that they could be anywhere they wish to be. The DJ also made headlines a few weeks ago after his collaboration with Chris Brown was released. The two artists recorded "Freaky Friday" together last year, and the song was released this month.
Nick Jonas' Albums, Songs, Collaborations
Jonas, on the other hand, released his last album in 2016 called Last Year Was Complicated. His fans did not miss him completely because even though he has not dropped a follow-up to his album, he surprised them with two non-album tracks last year. One of them was his collaboration with Anne-Marie and Mike Posner called "Remember I Told You."
The former member of the Jonas Brothers bands also collaborated with Nicki Minaj on the track "Bom Bidi Bom," which was featured in the official soundtrack for Fifty Shades Darker. He also recorded his own rendition of "Say All You Want for Christmas With Shania Twain."
Nick Jonas Talks About 'American Idol'
Most recently, Jonas made headlines after rumors swirled that he could be one of the judges on American Idol. However, this did not become the case because Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie, and Katy Perry are currently on the judges' panel. During last week's episode, however, Jonas helped the contestants prepare for their performances.
During a recent interview, Jonas said that even though he is open to being a judge on the show, he does not think he would have ever auditioned for American Idol.
"I don't think I could've handled the pressure of auditioning for 'American Idol.' Being thrust into this world like that would be too much for me. I kind of eased into it over the course of many, many years. So I'm not envious of the overnight stardom they've all experienced and having to adjust that to life... [it] wasn't the ride I would've taken," said Jonas.
During the same interview, Jonas said that he is also busy preparing for the release of his new album. Some of his inspirations for the project include Bruce Springsteen, The Weeknd, Drake, Post Malone, and Billy Joel.
"So I think it's about... having a real range of artists that inspire you and finding a way to make it your own. And come out with something that you're really proud of," said Jonas.