I listened to Nick Jonas’ new single, Jealous, nearly a month after its YouTube premiere. (And, when you’re working on internet time, that’s like a decade passing.) I hadn’t been holding off hearing the revamped sound of one third of the Jonas Brothers, either. It was more so to do with 4 weeks of tumbleweed-like news on Google and nothing on my Facebook and Twitter feeds that showed any sign of the return of the most-liked member of Disney’s staple 2000s band; the Gordo of the trio.
It wasn’t until that Flaunt Magazine photo spread (you know the one) that everyone knew the youngest Jo Bro had returned, with a sexier image, sans purity ring. Even if the hype after the pics were released solely focused on the fact he was grabbing his dick and balls, á la Marky Mark, Nick was back on the radar. And, all I can say at this point is he should be thankful that his marketing team didn’t actually, you know, promote his music.
So, with that said, let’s talk about Jealous, the first song released off of Nick Jonas’ self-titled, second solo album.