10 Non-Jonas Brothers Songs You Didn’t Know Nick Jonas Wrote
Last week, we went over all the non-One Direction songs written by Harry Styles (i.e. Ariana Grande‘s “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart”). But he’s not the only boy-bander, past or present, with awesome writing credits under his belt. In fact, Nick Jonas more than doubles Harry’s count!
While the “Jealous” singer has contributed to plenty of Jonas Brothers tracks, Demi Lovato duets and, obviously, his tunes with the Administration and his solo beats, here are ten OTHER songs you didn’t know Nick Jonas penned:
1. Demi Lovato’s “Stop the World” — One year after Camp Rock, and years before she teamed up with NJ for “Avalanche,” Demi dropped her second studio album, Here We Go Again. And if you took a look at Track #9, you would’ve noticed Nick’s name alongside the Demster’s and PJ Bianco’s. #kewl
2. Honor Society’s “My Own Way” — Honor Society’s Fashionably Late debut album was the first album to be released under Jonas Records (via Hollywood Records), so of course Nick had a hand in the band’s music.
3. Honor Society’s “Over You” — The only single off HS’ album and, yes, Nick added his thoughts into it as well.
4. Honor Society’s “Sing For You” — Yup, Nick had a hand in this one, too.
5. Honor Society’s “Rock with You” — …and this one. It’s a darn shame these guys didn’t make it bigger. Nick would’ve had major bragging rights.
6. Charice’s “One Day” — Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas starred on Acuvue commercials featuring this track, but Nick is the only one from the Jonas family that can say he wrote it.
7. Delta Goodrem’s “Safe to Believe” — The youngest of the Jonas Brothers helped pen three Delta Goodrem songs, “Reaching For Something,” “This Is Where We Belong” and the aforementioned “Safe to Believe.” However, “Safe to Believe” was the only one to make it onto her fourth studio album, Child of the Universe. (SIDE NOTE: This music is credited to starting the romantic relationship between Delta and Nick, too.)
8. Tich’s “Breathe In Breathe Out” — The British singer/songwriter also got some NickJo love via her third single. While it didn’t exactly make waves here, it did decently in the UK.
9. Zendaya’s “Love You Forever” — Take a look at the tenth track on Z’s debut studio album. Nicky’s there. It’s a Disney Channel dream!
10. Olivia Somerlyn’s “Parachute” — Fellow JB fan Olivia couldn’t help but gush about her collab with Nick, “I was a huge Jonas Brothers fan before we became friends and I eventually started working with them!”
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