Quickies: Jonas Brothers, Bebe Rexha & Imagine Dragons
JONAS BROTHERS JOIN JIMMY FALLON AND THE ROOTS FOR ‘SUCKER’ PERFORMED WITH CLASSROOM INSTRUMENTS: The Jonas Brothers dropped by The Tonight Show Music Room on Monday, where they joined host Jimmy Fallon and his house band The Roots for a performance of the trio’s hit, "Sucker," performed with classroom instruments. It marked the first of two Tonight Show appearances the they’ll make this week in support of their new album, Happiness Begins, released on Friday. Nick, Joe and Kevin will be Fallon’s in-studio guests tonight.
BEBE REXHA, FALL OUT BOY’S PETE WENTZ TEASE COLLABORATION: Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz and Bebe Rexha are teasing an upcoming collab. On Monday, Bebe tweeted, "Heaven Sent featuring @petewentz." He then responded with three "face with monocle" emojis. There’s no release day yet set for "Heaven Sent." Back in 2010, Wentz recruited a then-unknown Rexha to sing in his electronic band, Black Cards.
IMAGINE DRAGONS SONGS ADDED TO ‘BEAT SABER’ VR GAME: Imagine Dragons’ music is coming to "Beat Saber," a virtual reality rhythm game. Oculus announced that the Grammy-winning band will team up with Beat Games to create a 10-track Imagine Dragons Music Pack for the popular "Beat Saber" music virtual reality game. In "Beat Saber," you’re equipped with a pair of lightsaber-esque blades you use to cut through different blocks, which represent musical beats. With the newly announced Imagine Dragons Music Pack, you’ll be able to do that to some of the band’s biggest hits, including "Radioactive," "Believer," "Thunder" and "Natural." "Beat Saber" is out now on various platforms, including Playstation VR and Oculus.