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Who I Am
Studio album by Nick Jonas and the Administration
Released February 2, 2010
(release history)
Recorded 2009
Genre Pop rock, Teen pop
Label Hollywood Records
Producer John Fields
Professional reviews
Nick Jonas and the Administration chronology
Nicholas Jonas
Who I Am
Singles from Who I Am
  1. "Who I Am"
    Released: December 3, 2009 (2009-12-03)

Who I Am is the debut album from Nick Jonas and the Administration and Nick Jonas's second album without the Jonas Brothers. It was released on February 2, 2010, in the US. The group made its live debut performing a single of the same name on the Grammy Nominations Concert Live special Dec. 2 on CBS.[2] Jonas cut the album in eight days with producer John Fields, who also played bass.[3] Additional members of the Administration include drummer Michael Bland and keyboardist Tommy Barbarella, both of whom played in The New Power Generation. Guitarist David Ryan Harris played on the album, but a third former NPG member, Sonny Thompson, will replace him for live shows.[2]. "Rose Garden" was the first song written for the album and was partly inspired by a difficult break-up.[4] Jonas wrote/co-wrote all tracks. The album has received average reviews by music critics.[5] It debuted at No. 3 with 82,000 on the Billboard 200.[6] 'Stay" is confirmed to be the second single even though the track is not on the album. It will be made available as a digital single on March 2.[7]


Track listing


Standard Edition

Track Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Rose Garden"   Nick Jonas 3:34
2. "Who I Am"   Nick Jonas 4:05
3. "Olive & an Arrow"   Nick Jonas 4:59
4. "Conspiracy Theory"   Nick Jonas 3:47
5. "In the End"   Nick Jonas, Greg Garbowsky, P.J. Bianco 4:52
6. "Last Time Around"   Nick Jonas, Greg Garbowsky, P.J. Bianco 4:07
7. "Tonight (new version)"   Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, Kevin Jonas, Greg Garbowsky 4:19
8. "State of Emergency"   Nick Jonas, John Fields 3:34
9. "Vesper's Goodbye"   Nick Jonas, P.J. Bianco 3:11
10. "Stronger (Back On the Ground)"   Nick Jonas, Leeland Mooring, Jack Mooring 4:54

Limited Edition



Release history

Region Date
Mexico January 22, 2010
The Netherlands, Poland January 29, 2010
Ireland, UK, Scandinavia February 1, 2010
United States, Canada, Argentina February 2, 2010
Australia, Italy February 5, 2010
Spain, Brazil February 9, 2010
Europe February 19, 2010
Philippines February 22, 2010


  • Nick Jonas - Lead Vocals, Guitars
  • Tommy Barbarella - Keyboards
  • Michael Bland - Drums, Vibraphone, Vocals
  • Sonny Thompson -Guitars, Vocals (on DVD Who I Am, and live performances)
  • John Fields - Bass, Guitars, Percussion, Vibraphone
  • David Ryan Harris - Guitars, Vocals
  • Jonny Lang - Additional Choir Vocals on Stronger (back on the ground)
  • Kevin Jonas SR. - Additional Choir Vocals on Stronger (back on the ground)
  • Michael Logen - Additional Choir Vocals on Stronger (back on the ground)


Charts (2010) Peak
(sales thresholds)
Argentine Album Chart[8] 1
Australian Albums Chart[9] 46
Belgium (Flanders) Albums Chart[10] 17
Belgium (Wallonia) Albums Chart[10] 45
Brazil Top 10 CD Sales[11] 10
Dutch Albums Chart[10] 27
Greece Album Chart[10] 39
Irish Albums Chart[12] 29
Italian Albums Chart[13] 4
Mexican Albums Chart[14][10] 1 Gold[15]
UK Albums Chart[16] 50
U.S. Billboard 200 3

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
Vinagre y Rosas by Joaquín Sabina
Argentine Album Chart number-one album
January 31, 2009 -
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Amar y Querer by Kalimba
Mexican Albums Chart number-one album
February 8, 2010 - February 15, 2010
Succeeded by
Dejarte de Amar by Camila


  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Review: Who I Am". Allmusic. Retrieved 3 February 2010. 
  2. ^ a b Mansfield, Brian (November 20, 2009). "A solo JoBro: Nick's album has a 'more rootsy' sound". USA Today. 
  3. ^ Paulson, Dave (December 31, 2009). "Nick Jonas steps out of his comfort zone". The Tennessean. 
  4. ^ Rose Garden Songfacts
  5. ^ "Who I Am". Metacritic. Retrieved 2009-02-08. 
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  11. ^ . Retrieved 2010-07-03. 
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  14. ^ "Mexican Music Chart Top 100 Albums (Week From 01 to 07 February 2010)". AMPROFON. Retrieved February 14, 2010. 
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