Good Thing

Album: Yet to be Titled (2015)
Charted: 75
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Songfacts®:

  • This song features Sage the Gemini spiting rhymes about a relationship which despite going bad, he is reluctant to let go. The song was released in explicit and clean versions on May 18, 2015.
  • Nick Jonas croons the pre-hook and hook. He told Ryan Seacrest about their collaboration. "We got together and did this track and I really feel like this is a great next step for me, kind of dipping even further into the soul and R&B side of things and even a bit of hip-hop on this one," Jonas revealed. "So hopefully this becomes people's summer jam! That's the goal."
  • The music video was shot in early May 2015 in Los Angeles and directed by Hannah Lux Davis, whose resume also includes the Jessie J, Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande banger "Bang Bang." The clip features Gemini and Jonas in a tropical backdrop, surrounded by scantily clad women.

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