Jonas Brothers Pay Homage to ‘Risky Business,’ ‘Grease,’ ‘Say Anything’ in ‘What a Man Gotta Do’ Video - EpicNews

Jonas Brothers enlist their important others — Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra and Danielle Jonas — within the new video for his or her single, “What a Man Gotta Do.” The respective spouses of Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas beforehand appeared within the siblings’ video for “Sucker.”

Within the rollout to the visible’s Thursday midnight launch, hints in regards to the video’s themes have been revealed by way of retro film posters mirroring traditional late Seventies and Eighties movies. Danielle Jonas shared a Say Anything-styled image, Chopra’s recalled Risky Business and Turner’s mimicked Grease. For his or her mates’ half, they channeled Saturday Night Fever vibes in a photograph teaser.

True to the teasers, the video opens with the traditional Dangerous Enterprise hallway sock slide, earlier than segueing right into a Grease highschool dance sequence the place the Jonas Brothers carry out. Later, the well-known Say Something radio scene is recreated.

“So what a person gotta do/to be completely locked up by you?” they sing on the refrain. “What a person gotta do/What a person gotta show to be completely locked up by you?”

“What a Man Gotta Do” follows the trio’s vacation single “Like It’s Christmas” and Diplo collaboration “Lonely.” The group — who went on hiatus in 2013 — reformed in 2019 for his or her first studio album in a decade, Happiness Begins, and the Amazon Prime documentary Chasing Happiness.

The Jonas Brothers, who played their single “Only Human” on the American Music Awards, will carry out January 25th on the Hollywood Palladium as as a part of the Citi Sound Vault series the week of the 2020 Grammy Awards. Throughout that ceremony, which airs the subsequent day on CBS, their single “Sucker” is nominated for Greatest Pop Duo/Group Efficiency.

The group can even carry out January 24th alongside Gary Clark Jr., Alice Cooper, Foo Fighters, John Legend, John Mayer and H.E.R. on the 2020 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute, which honors Aerosmith.

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