Nick Jonas is dating one of the most beautiful women in the world, former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo. So, he's pretty used to chasing guys away from his girl. Today (Sept. 8), the former Jonas Brothers member is telling the world that despite their love he still gets jealous in the second song from his upcoming solo album, fittingly titled "Jealous."
Starting in a similar manner to his lead Nick Jonas single "Chains," "Jealous" kicks off with a round of steady drumbeats, setting the listener up for an emotional music rollercoaster. Whereas "Chains" kept with the haunting musical themes and intense EDM-fueled melody, "Jealous" pulls from Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing" with some slow burning disco melodies.
Jonas pulls out his falsetto for the chorus, adding to the song's '70s flavor, all while keeping things contemporary with a driving, synthetic drumbeat.
Jonas is all about protecting his own honor and keeping all his girlfriend's suitors away from her.
"I turn my cheek, music up / And I'm puffing my chest / I'm getting ready to face you / Can call me obsessed / It's not your fault that they hover / I mean no disrespect / It's my right to be hellish / I still get jealous," Jonas sings in the firey pre-chorus before declaring that his woman is "too sexy beautiful."
It's enough to make any girl swoon and any man back away from Culpo in fear, especially considering Jonas' notorious muscles.
Listen to Nick Jonas' new song "Jealous" below:
"Jealous" is a new song from Nick Jonas' forthcoming self-titled solo album, set for release on Nov. 11. Jonas will be supporting his record with a set of North American club tour dates beginning on Sept. 22.