What Are the Jonas Brothers’ Most Popular Songs?

The Jonas Brothers ruled the mid-2000s. The boyband made up of Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas started a frenzy at their concerts inciting teenage fans to scream and dance for hours on end. The Jo Bros. also have a younger brother Frankie, who they referred to as “the bonus Jonus.”

Why did the Jonas Brothers break up?

While they went their separate ways in 2013 days before a tour because of a “deep rift in the band” and a “big disagreement over their music direction,” they’ve gotten back together, according to Rolling Stone.

What have they been doing since?

During their time apart,  Kevin got married and started a construction business, Joe joined DNCE, the pop group responsible for the hit song “Cake By The Ocean,” and got engaged to Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner, and Nick became a solo artist, actor, and got married to actress Priyanka Chopra.

They’re getting back together

Their teen fans who are now in their mid-to-late twenties are rejoicing (this writer included).

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While we wait for the Jo Bros. to release their first new single together in six years, “Sucker,” we’re taking a look back at their past hit songs.  

‘Year 3000’

From their first studio album, It’s About Time, released under Columbia Records on August 8, 2006, their song “Year 3000” became a staple at their concerts.

While their debut album only sold 65,000 copies, according to MTV, “Year 3000” remains one of their most popular songs about going to the future.

‘S.O.S.’

Arguably the Jonas Brothers’ most popular song from their album, Jonas Brothers, “S.O.S.” is a catchy song ideal for playing loudly in your car with the windows rolled down in the summertime.

“S.O.S.” spent 25 weeks on the Billboard charts and peaked at no. 4 on September 1, 2007, according to Billboard.

‘Burnin’ Up’

From their album, A Little Bit Longer, “Burnin Up” spent 18 weeks on the Billboard charts and peaked at no. 2 on July 12, 2008.

The song had a cameo by their security guard, Big Rob, who briefly raps and the chorus centered around the lyric, “I’m burnin’ up for you baby.”

‘Lovebug’

Their acoustic guitar driven track, “Lovebug” probably still shows up on Spotify Valentine’s Day playlists.

The happy, mellow track came from the Jonas Brothers’ album, A Little Bit Longer, which has most of their chart-topping songs.

‘When You Look Me in the Eyes’

A love song from their Jonas Brothers album, the ballad “When You Look Me in the Eyes,” spent 17 weeks on the Billboard charts and topped out at no. 25 on March 8, 2008.

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The song had some pretty deep lyrics for a teenage boyband; “I catch a glimpse of heaven, I find my paradise, when you look me in the eyes.”

‘A Little Bit Longer’

The title track of their 2008 album, A Little Bit Longer, only spent one week on the Billboard charts taking the no. 3 spot on August 23, 2008.

‘Play My Music’

During the height of their fame, the Jonas Brothers recorded “Play My Music” for the Disney Channel original movie, Camp Rock, starring Demi Lovato, who at the time was a budding star.

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Despite the song being from a made-for-TV movie, the song’s reach was wide, and the movie became a big success along with the soundtrack.

‘Tonight’

Their energetic, guitar heavy track, “Tonight,” from A Little Bit Longer, spent four weeks on the Billboard charts peaking at no. 2 on August 16, 2008.

‘Pushin’ Me Away’

Another one of the Jonas Brothers’ songs from their A Little Bit Longer album, “Pushin’ Me Away” also made the Billboard charts but only for three weeks, peaking at no. 2 on August 2, 2018.

In all, the Jonas Brothers have eight top 10 hit songs, according to Billboard.