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Nick Jonas: I'm 'very comfortable' with who I am

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Nick Jonas: I'm 'very comfortable' with who I am

Nick Jonas is "very comfortable" with who he is.

The 'Jealous' hitmaker feels he has evolved greatly as a person but is "grateful" for the journey that got him to where he is today.

He said: "I'm very comfortable with who I am today. I think it has been a process to get here, and I'm always trying to evolve, but I'm grateful of my journeys.

"I like the ride, it's fun. As long as you're willing to have fun too, it's a good ride."

And the 23-year-old singer had no problem being "honest and vulnerable" on his latest album 'Last Year Was Complicated'.

He added to the June/July issue of Essential Homme magazine: "I started making this record the week my last album came out in 2014, but then last summer I went through a breakup that changed everything.

"I remember my manager looked at me and said, 'Alright, you really have to dig deep, it's important that you get honest, vulnerable, and lay out your stories in the best way you can,' so I did.

"The record really became about this year of my life, and that's not limited to any one event or anything specifically that happened, but, you know, everything. There are some tough moments and there are some great ones."

Meanwhile, Nick previously admitted he found it "difficult at first" to change his image.

He said: "It was [difficult] at first. It took a minute to get people aware of the path that I wanted to take and where I wanted to push myself ...

"There have been a few moments. I think the biggest thing was I had to give up control first and kind of say, all right, I was gripping it all too tightly; let me just take a step back and work with some new people, get creative and not be afraid to just go there.

"So the biggest piece of that was opening up and being willing to explore new things, and then in return I wrote some music that I'm really proud of, that really connected, and found some great projects that I could evolve in."