Must See: Nick Jonas Debuts Video For ‘Jealous’…Gospel Remix

Published: Monday 10th Nov 2014 by Sam

“You’re too crazy beautiful, everybody wants a taste…”

No, Nick Jonas isn’t singing about communion wine. However, he has debuted a new Gospel remix of his hit single ‘Jealous’.

Unwrapped on the eve of the release of his self-titled debut, the subject matter remains the same on the playful remake of the cut; only this time, the 22-year-old is joined by a rousing choir.

Billed as a return to his “roots”, watch the former Jonas Brothers member in action below…

Cute. The choir slayed. *Reaches for nearest Kirk Franklin CD*

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  1. Oh, so we doing this today!? November 10, 2014

    I’m sick of this sh!t they always taking our music and making a mocking of it and than these coons lets them…smh im done with this complete total fuvkery.

  2. KDreamer(MiguelKissedme) November 10, 2014

    He didn’t care about gospel or R&B when the masses didn’t want it, but now it’s back in fashion he wants a piece.
    Like I always say, Pink and Britney did urban and they did cos it was real to them and you can tell. This feels like marketing.

    • JOHNVIDAL November 10, 2014

      Not two good examples though 🙂

    • Dem Lessors November 10, 2014

      Lol, Pink was the pioneer of white artists using black music to get to the top. Britney has done urban music throughout the years so I’d agree it’s real there.

    • AmbeRussell November 10, 2014

      Ink did rnb bc she was forced to, it was apart of her sound. Britney did rnb bc her bubble gum sound was played out (dark child remix of “over protective>>>>>>orginal)

  3. Malia Maraj November 10, 2014

    From suddenly deciding to acknowledge that gay people existed to doing EVERYTHING to seem credible to African American people…Nick, I’m beginning to get annoyed with you.
    This feels TOO forced and you’re not being subtle enough with the PR stunts you’re trying to pull. Back to Disney you go. A black artist would NEVER be allowed to celebrate black culture as positively and would be forced to play the thug role, so thanks but no thanks Nick.

  4. BaddieBey November 10, 2014

    I’m all for embracing other cultures (see Pink when she first started out) but I’m not here for marketing ploys.

  5. Bella3 November 10, 2014

    NOT MARKTING! Nick came out with a Christen album at age 10 & when that didnt work got with his brothers. So he is not doing this to sell. And let’s face it he’s the only time your ever going to see a Urban male artist who’s open minded, In to theater & loves he gay fans. Lol He can bring in Open Minded Progressive Fans to Urban music that would normally never give it the time of day.

    • Sharoq November 10, 2014


    • AmbeRussell November 10, 2014

      I doubt usher carres about his fans orientation and he was in Chicago, the musical as well

      • Bella3 November 11, 2014

        @AmbeRussell Usher has never talked about LGBTQ people or his LGBTQ fans EVER!!! Just like 90% of all Urban & Black mainstream artist. #Mess. Yet White artist do it all the time.

    • DTG November 10, 2014

      Man shut your b**** ass up. You’re what every father fears his son will be. Damn q****.

      • Bella3 November 11, 2014

        @DTG Because of people like you & other like minded people on this site like you The Black Community & Urban Music will always be look at as Close minded,Backwards and unprogressive And because of that people think Progasive people like me are going to be a hot mess like you. Its really f*ck up.

  6. ~The Arcade~ November 10, 2014

    Sam, I presume your site is still under maintenance, but could you please speed it up, the comment section is messed up!

  7. Lambily November 10, 2014

    I just wanna KISS Him and cuddle with humm ughhhhh so cute

  8. Hesings November 10, 2014


  9. SBC19 November 10, 2014

    This fake ass fool right here. He’s as bad as Miley deciding she wanted to do “the black thing” for one album. Like her, he’s just making a fool of himself. I don’t know whether to laugh or frown at him for all this phoniness. Go peddle that nonsense elsewhere, I’m not drinking the Kool-Aid Nick.

  10. king z November 10, 2014

    sigh…just another justin timberlake, elvis, robin thicke (at least his is authentic), miley cyrus who are making a mockery of black culture and cashing in all the while.

  11. Teacher November 10, 2014

    Rihanna HAS sold over 300k in a single wk b4!! She sold exactly 306,107 copies of Loud in ONE week in the UK alone! And this wasn’t the first week, but the 4th/5thweek!!! #EVENBETTER
    It’s irrelevant to this post but imma keep postin it til you bitter biitches come up w smthng else!
    Receipt: go google “Rihanna 306107″ and find all those who reported on it! This tired ass Beyonce fansite ddnt report on it tho! #PressedMuch

  12. Essa November 10, 2014


    Can we start a poll now on who the next mega corny pop star will put on “black face” and pretend to be ‘urban’ for one album, while the public laps up their ultra lame, water down impersonation of what real R&B artists are doing 10x better?

    Taylor Swift?
    Selena Gomez?
    Demi Lavato?
    One of the members of One Direction for their ‘solo’ endeavor?

    • Doyen November 10, 2014

      “One of the members of One Direction for their ‘solo’ endeavor?”

      Probably. You know that one of 1D f*** is gonna suddenly decide he wants to be black when that group finally implodes. Probably that Arab looking dude…

  13. DanYiel Teflon November 10, 2014

    Anytime U add a Soul Choir to your track it’s a blessing that they’ll never be rewarded for!! Sounds like a nice track though…I support all Ethnic Choral arrangements!!

  14. A gal November 10, 2014

    Does it always have to be a race or culture thing? MUSIC IS INIVERSAL and I absolutely love this song! You guys complaining need to do some traveling around the world just to expand your brains a little bit. The world is not Black and white. And the one thing all cultures have in common is the ability to come together through music therefore I’m really sick of the complaining about ” they always stealing our $&!t” GET OVER IT

    • A gal November 10, 2014

      And that was UNIVERSAL before a “fact checker” tries it

    • DanitySlain November 10, 2014

      Kind of does when labels would never throw this much support behind a black artist trying to do exactly the same thing.

  15. Absolved November 10, 2014

    Um, no thanks. No one buys this Marky Mark/Johnny Gill thing you’re trying to pull off. You were in the Jonas Brothers, not Jodeci. Watching this toddler try so hard to desperately reinvent himself is comical. Didn’t him and his brothers promote purity rings? LMAO! Bye Nick.

  16. Sherry November 10, 2014

    Omg people get over it! He doesn’t give me “parody” like Miley or Katy. Nice rendition!

  17. AmbeRussell November 10, 2014

    Music should be universal and race shouldn’t play a role in what genre one sings. We know MANY blue eyes soul sings that were down like teena mari, and robin thicke was rnb since the start. BUTthis is my problem, if a rnb artist were to do the same exact song, labels wouldn’t give this kinda budget, it would t be sent to pop stations, that get more audiences compared to adult rnb stations. And white ppl (who make up a larger part of the population n music buying population) won’t buy it. Turn to vh1 soul and see the low budget of those videos then turn torch hits and see how those videos looks show how it is a race places a role in the music industry still

  18. Navy Nick November 10, 2014

    Love this dude!!!!!

  19. Truth November 10, 2014

    First he needed a rapper for urban cred, then he went on 106 & Park, now he’s trying to use an all-black gospel choir to seal the deal. He’s probably somewhere auditioning biracial models to be his love interest for his next music video. I’m surprised he missed the Soul Train Awards, they must have refused to let him open or close the show. Real recognizes real and he’s fake. Appropriation at its worse.

  20. Biting Truth November 10, 2014

    He looks so goofy standing in front of that choir.

  21. stan November 10, 2014

    marketing ploy.


    trying too hard.

  22. Marcus November 10, 2014

    LMBAO!! I seriously doubt he went to black church! He looks like a fool.

  23. mhmm November 12, 2014

    His teeth are yellow

  24. Martin Johnson January 15, 2015

    If you didn’t love this video, you don’t know music. The singing was crazy good and heart felt. I am a minister of Music for a “Black Church.” I have no problem with his use of the choir. It is all music!

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