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Joe Jonas' Just In Love REMIXED! Featuring Lil' Wayne!

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Weezy makes everything better!

Check out the rapper featured alongside Joe Jonas in the remix of Just In Love, the single off of his debut solo album, Fastlife (above)!

The song definitely lends itself well to the added rap verse, so we actually think that this is an improvement!

A big one!

What do U think?? U feeling the Just In Love remix??

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6 comments to “Joe Jonas' Just In Love REMIXED! Featuring Lil' Wayne!”

  1. 1

    the original was terrible and this makes it worse. sorry Joe. you should've gone the John Mayer/Michael Buble route with your voice.

  2. 2

    This is ridiculous! This isn't music! Good music cease to even exist these days, Listen to Chuck Berry or Bob Dylan for christ sakes, the "music" you post on here is pure, raw CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. 3

    Perez you know nothing about real hip hop. And Lil Wayne hasn't made any song better since the first Carter cd came out. Pop artists always flock to Wayne on a song because they have no clue what rap is.

  4. 4

    i agree! i'd say this is an improvement… i'm not a fan of this song in particular compared to the first song he released. i noticed how he dropped his jonas brothers vocal growl for that one, but here in this song it's back, and it reminds me too much of the old joe…

  5. jacae says – reply to this


    Definitely should have gone with the John Mayer route. This new music of his just isn't good, Lil Wayne or not.

  6. 6

    I don't see how Lil Wayne made this song better if it sound exactly the same, just with rap now. He didn't change anything. Same lyrics, same sound. So yeah, whatever. I love both versions.