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Pop star Joe Jonas appreciates the “unique situation” his second chance with a music career has afforded him.

The 26 years old first found fame being a teenage person in sibling boy band The Jonas Brothers. The group disbanded in 2013 and trapped on tape Joe formed a brand new group, called DNCE, and that is picking up rave reviews and positive feedback through the public. The singer accepts it’s going to be hard to replicate the success he with his brothers Nick and Kevin but he grateful to discover the chance to try.

“Doing Round 2 is really a unique situation,” he told USA Today. “I learn how rare it truly is to get second chances inside music industry. The difference versus Round 1 is I have a large amount of freedom to build something I’m excited about,” along with “time to step away and be like, ‘OK, which kind of music do I might like to do?'”

Joe knows firsthand how much quicker things can falter if a project is rushed – in a hiatus from The Jonas Brothers next year he released a solo album, called Fastlife, which neglected to set the charts alight.

“(It was) an antique case of a lot of cooks inside kitchen, whether or not it was producers or label,” he explained. “I a year to produce the record and release it and tour it, so for almost any artist, that’s almost no time at all. It was an extremely rushed situation.”

While his solo career faltered, his younger brother Nick has were succeed in reference to his own music, because of hits including Chains and Jealous, something Joe never feels when contemplating his former bandmate’s achievements; they are just happy Nick’s effort is repaying.

“We’re very supportive of each other,” he smiled. “It’s cool to determine that we can both have a place inside marketplace and music and it is no competition; it is so different musically. We know that it is our individual times to adopt that journey ourselves plus there is no hard feelings over it. It’s genuinely the same as, ‘Let’s see where this goes for every single other’.”