NOBODY. PANIC. Earlier today DNCE announced via Instagram that their newest single, “Kissing Strangers,” will be dropping on Friday, April 14th — featuring none other than the self-proclaimed queen of rap, Nicki Minaj. The two artists teased the song with a short snippet and photos from what appears to be the music video set, according to Nicki’s instagram. “Roughed him [DNCE frontman Joe Jonas” up a lil bit on the set of the video,” she captioned the behind-the-scenes photo. “He’ll live 😉” “Kissing Strangers” comes after DNCE’s collaboration with Hailee Steinfield, “Rock Bottom”. The second single from her 2015 EP Haiz, “Rock Bottom” charted at...more
Currently browsing: DNCE
Following the worldwide success of their debut single “Cake By The Ocean”, DNCE is ready to launch their debut full-length album this fall. The band, comprised by Joe Jonas, Jack Lawless, Jinjoo Lee, and Cole Whittle, has been working on their newest project non-stop since the release of their debut EP titled SWAAY. “I think there’s this beach vibe to the album and overall good vibes, good feelings. It’s not too emotional or heavy. There are songs like that here and there but the core of it is pretty loose”, says Jonas about the album’s sound. Check out the album announcement below....more
It’s getting hot in here. The music video for the follow-up to their smash hit single “Cake By The Ocean” is here. “Toothbrush” follows the romance between frontman Joe Jonas and his love interest, model Ashley Graham. Throughout the video, Jonas, 26, and Graham, 29, are seen getting hot and steamy in a bedroom. “Toothbrush” is the second single to debut from DNCE’s first EP, Swaay, which dropped in October. The band will be performing this Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards. Check out the music video for “Toothbrush” below.
The 4-piece pop outfit DNCE, led by former Jonas Brothers’ frontman Joe Jonas, brought out the funk at the Music is Universal Showcase at the J.W Marriot in Austin, Texas. The quartet performed songs off their latest EP titled SWAAY, including their top ten, hit single “Cake By The Ocean”, the quirky “Pay My Rent”, and the infectious, falsetto heavy “Toothbrush” with the now pink-haired Jonas commanding the stage with ease and confidence. The band is filled with born to be rockstars, with JinJoo Lee, Cole Whittle and Jack Lawless oozing showmanship with their high energy moves and performance skills. In between...more
Up-and-coming band DNCE, comprised by former Jonas Brother frontman Joe Jonas, Jack Lawless, JinJoo and Cole Whittle, has announced the release of their debut EP Swaay. The 4-track EP will include the soon-to-be-smash “Cake By The Ocean” and three new tracks titled “Pay My Rent”, which is rumored to be the band’s second single, “Toothbrush” and “Jinx”. The quartet took to Twitter to announce that Swaay is due next Friday October 23 via Republic Records. So soon! In other DNCE related news, the band has been teasing the release of the music video for their debut single “Cake By The Ocean”! Watch the...more
Here at Trendio we like to introduce you up-and-coming artists first. In the last couple of months, we’ve brought the likes of Scott Helman, Tink, Jess Glynne, Years & Years, Jon Bellion, Devon Baldwin, and many more. The week ending Oct 5, we carried on the ~introduce you to new artists~ tradition with four incredible acts: Alabama-native FireKid, Dreamy vocalist Milan, Singer-songwriter Grace Mitchell, and electropop singer Lowell. This week, our picks for ones to watch are: the next big music export, Elliphant. KStewart, one of London’s finest up-and-comers. Loren, a 15 year old with a commanding voice. Last not...more
It’s been a while since the last time we heard about Joe Jonas. For a second there, we thought he had disappeared or faded into his brother Nick’s shadow. Not exactly the case though. The Jonas Brothers’ frontman emerged back into the game with a new, funky band, composed by JinJoo Lee, Cole Whittle and Jack Lawless, and a glittery new single. For fans of Walk The Moon, Maroon 5. The band name is DNCE, as in dance without the “a”. The idea behind the name came into the band’s mind when they started writing a song about being too...more