“Are You Ready for the Ultimate Collaboration? Tomorrow X Together & Jonas Brothers Unleash Their Explosive New Single

As we find ourselves in the thick of the Song of the Summer 2023 contest, a fresh challenger has stepped onto the battlefield. TOMORROW X TOGETHER, the worldwide K-pop phenomenon, has allied with Jonas Brothers, a twice Grammy-nominated dynamo pop trio, to deliver a new collaborative single, “Do It Like That.” Intriguingly, the announcement lands on the Summer Solstice, marking the official commencement of the summertime.

Crafted by the hands of Ryan Tedder, the mastermind behind chart-toppers like OneRepublic’s “Counting Stars” and Beyoncé’s “Halo,” “Do It Like That” will debut on all digital music stores and streaming platforms on July 7. TOMORROW X TOGETHER will sustain their pre-release publicity for the collaboration with concept images dropping on June 29, a teaser for the music video on July 5, and finally, the official music video unveiling on July 7.


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The Jonas Brothers also released an amusing video featuring TXT following the single’s disclosure. The trio captioned the amusing clip with “Excuse me?” where they appear to unexpectedly bump into the K-pop sensations.

This new single further amplifies what has already been a monumental year for TOMORROW X TOGETHER. Earlier in January, the group bagged its first Billboard 200 No. 1 project with The Name Chapter: Temptation (EP), marking the band’s third consecutive title to climb to the chart’s top 10. This EP set a record, becoming the longest-charting K-pop album on the Billboard 200 in 2023.

“Do It Like That” signifies the inaugural collaboration between TOMORROW X TOGETHER and Jonas Brothers. Similar to TOMORROW X TOGETHER, the Jonas Brothers have also made their mark in the Billboard 200’s top 10 this year. In May, their sixth studio album, The Album, secured their seventh career top 10 spot on the Billboard 200. This Disney-originated trio had previously topped the Billboard 200 with their albums A Little Bit Longer in 2008, Lines, Vines and Trying Times in 2009, and Happiness Begins in 2019.

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