"See No More" (CD Single)

 
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Fresh sound from Jonas Brother is clean and fun.

What parents need to know

Positive messages

Nothing negative, just a song about getting over heartbreak.

Positive role models

Good song to help you get over heartbreak and realize it's time to move on and not look back.

Violence & scariness
Not applicable
Sexy stuff
Not applicable
Language
Not applicable
Consumerism
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Drinking, drugs, & smoking
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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that the middle JoBro’s single about heartbreak and the end of a relationship is clean and has nothing inappropriate for young fans. The video is black and white, with nothing more than an artist writing the lyrics on a wall. 

What's the story?

From Joe Jonas' first solo album, SEE NO MORE offers a fresh sound, different from the usual JoBro brand of pop-rock, and is co-written by Chris Brown. It’s a little R&B mixed with electro-pop and shows JoJo’s ability to carry a tune alone and sell it.

 

Is it any good?

QUALITY
 

Only time will tell if JoBro fans will be satisfied with only part of the package, but Joe’s efforts on his first solo single, “See No More,” might be a good indicator that they will. The music is different from what fans might expect, but in a good way. Joe shows he can carry a song on his own, and the simple but sweet lyrics will have fans singing along to the infectious melody.

Families can talk about...

  • Families can talk about Joe Jonas breaking away from his band of brothers. Do you think fans of the band will still want to buy his music?

  • Joe Jonas has created a new sound for his solo album. Do you like it?

  • Can you think of other artists who branched out from their groups?

Music details

Artist:Joe Jonas
Release date:June 7, 2011
Type:Single
Label:Hollywood Records
Genre:Pop
Parental advisory:No
Edited version available:No

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Kid, 12 years old July 24, 2011
 

Surprisingly, I love this song!

First I would like to say, that this song is really good. I was never a fan of the Jonas Brothers, but this song by Joe is awesome. :) It was clean and was nice to hear that he could just move on and not look back. Anyways, the music video is definitely not for kids 4, 5, 6, ect. It shows him burning her clothes and the dress that the girl is wearing in the video is NOT appropriate. But, to fix that problem, just listen to the song and don't watch the video! :P
Teen, 16 years old Written byRosebud95 August 4, 2011
 

Kind of disappointing...(Since I was expecting more)

It's okay, I guess. I just wanted to be able to hear if his vocals got stronger since is the JoBros, his voice was the more stronger one. But his voice seems to be covered in the music. And I was hoping to hear a different sound besides the auto-tune/same electro-pop I hear nowadays. Hopefully I'll like his other songs more.
Parent of a 6 year old Written bymadsmooney1214 September 28, 2012
 

see no more cd single

Families can talk about Joe Jonas breaking away from his band of brothers. Do you think fans of the band will still want to buy his music? Joe Jonas has created a new sound for his solo album. Do you like it? Can you think of other artists who branched out from their groups?
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