'Last Year was Complicated' is due out June 10.
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Nick Jonas took a cue from Kanye West Thursday morning. Just as the rapper revealed his constantly changing tracklists and album titles via Twitter ahead of The Life of Pablo, Jonas took to social media to let his fans know the title, song names, and release date for his upcoming album.

Called Last Year Was Complicated, the album will be Jonas’ follow-up to his self-titled 2014 debut solo album, and will be available June 10. He also revealed that his first single from the new album will be released Friday, and it will be “about how [Jonas] literally can’t open up and be vulnerable with someone.”

In the series of tweets, Jonas states he’s been working on this album for a year and a half, and that the title of Last Year Was Complicated is inspired by a breakup: “When I first started making [the album] I thought I knew what it would be about… Then I had a breakup,” Jonas shared.

After teasing that he would post the tracklist on Friday, the singer quickly reconsidered and instead tweeted out each track name: “Voodoo,” “Champagne Problems,” “Close,” “Chainsaw,” “Touch,” “Bacon,” “Good Girls,” “The Difference,” “Don’t Make Me Choose,” “Under You,” “Unhinged,” and “Comfortable.”

Jonas also thanked singer Tove Lo, rappers Big Sean and Ty Dolla $ign, and curiously, retired professional basketball player Allen Iverson for their contributions to the album.

Read Nick Jonas’ entire string of tweets announcing Last Year Was Complicated below.