Nick Jonas - Levels

14 October Critic Jonni 0 Comments



After reviewing JoJo's "When Love Hurts", I just had to review this next. Also set in a warehouse, Nick Jonas has never looked his sexiest. Seductive, engaging and lustful, this video is hard not to watch for many reasons.

Nick Jonas was one third of the band The Jonas Brothers. Another Disney based group. However I don't understand how figures like Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez get criticize for no longer being the sweet innocent girls they used to be, where as guys like Nick Jonas doesn't get anything as so bad. This music video is more than sexy, it even includes a sledgehammer as a sexualised object, which we've seen in Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball", so why is this considered okay when it comes to Nick Jonas, especially since he has also appeared in a Calvin Klein inspired photo shoot as well as other media in a sexualised manner. Yes sex sells, and people have no problem when it comes to Disney male actors, but when it comes to Disney's female actresses, it's a totally different story. However I guess the artists prove themselves by getting their high charting hits. Any press is good press right?

Sultry and provocative, this isn't exactly a surprise when you notice the director is Colin Tilley, who has done a very good job of making Nick Jonas the centre of attention.

The dancers are getting a few comments, but when you have a song like this, which is not only catchy but also quite sexy in itself, you instantly think of this sort of video. The song was written by Sean Douglas, Stefan Johnson, Marcus Lomax, Ian Kirkpatrick, Sam Martin, Talay Riley and Jordan Johnson.

Performance wise, Nick Jonas is on point, and definitely making me eager to see him live. The editing is amazing, clearly a lot of work went into  it, and I definitely can't fault it. I can't stop watching either.
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