The Jonas Brothers returned to music with comeback single ‘Sucker’

The day was October 29th, 2013. It was two days away from Halloween, but for many, it was scarier than what they would experience at the end of the month. For millions of girls across the world, they cried into their pillows as the Jonas Brothers broke up in order to “get their shit together.” Apparently, it took them six years and countless family dinners to “get their shit together.” After weeks of speculations, the Jonas Brother’s official Twitter announced that there would be a new single come into our lives at Midnight. They didn’t disappoint. AT ALL

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You’re the medicine in the pain, the tattoo inside my brain

“Sucker” is an upbeat pop song. It continues the sound that the Jonas Brothers presented in their song “Poms Poms” and “The First Time.” The sound for this song is matured and more well rounded. The best way to describe it is that they took the DNCE sound, mashed it with Nick’s sexy lyrics from his solo career, and just added Kevin Jonas. When you listened to “Poms Poms” and “The First Time,” it just didn’t sound like them nor did it sound like something they wanted to put out.

The song’s lyrics are about their relationship and just being totally in love with the person you are with. This was obviously taken from real-life experience, with a call out to Nick’s recent marriage to Priyanka Chopra in the song lyrics. It’s mainly Nick and Joe on vocals but that’s to be expected as that was the case for most of their career. Kevin was only majorly on vocals during the first album “It’s About Time.” Honestly, I would have had like to have had all three brothers on vocals but that’s just me nitpicking.

The video itself is extremely adorable and rather iconic. It’s pretty much them and their significant others just having fun in a mansion. It has an Alice in Wonderland theme to it and frankly, I really liked it. I liked how they had their actual wives/girlfriend to play themselves and it just seemed like a fun time. It came across very well on the screen.

The only problem with “Sucker” is that it sounds too similar to the music that’s on the radio. Like I mentioned before, it sounds like a DNCE song. While there really isn’t too much they could do to not make it sound similar to what’s on the radio, it would have helped to try to make not sounds like that.

Let’s rate Nick Jonas

because why not

It’s Nick Jonas….he’s muscles are showing. 10 out of 10. Here’s a gif of him in a tub. You’re welcome.

Again, you’re welcome


“Sucker” is an excellent start to their comeback. The only thing really working against them is the fact that the song sounds like everything else on the radio. I don’t think it will get lost in the shuffle because of the hype but the similarity to DNCE, and other music similar, isn’t going to do it any favors. I still love the song though.

Rating: 4 out of 5

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Inspirational quotes from the Jonas Brothers

Yep, I’m going there. This is an SOS!

It’s time for another installment of Inspirational Quotes. It’s still more stuff that no one really asked for. You will enjoy it anyways because it’s time to go back to simpler times. Times were Nick’s voice and abs weren’t so deep. When all three Jonases had questionable haircut choices. And when “Camp Rock” were a thing. We don’t talk about “Camp Rock 2” until “Camp Rock 3” is out and rated R. The Jonas Brothers inspirational quotes are finally here! Anyways, it’s time for go back down memory lane with these quotes that you can use in everyday situations. I also threw in some quotes from Nick and Joe’s solo endeavors. Yep, I went there with some from Joe’s album “Fastlife.” Enjoy these wonderful things!


Inspirational quotes from The Jonas Brothers

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Pop Project Explains: Camp Rock


This is real, this is me!

Oh, it’s time to dive into the beloved Disney Channel Original Movie that made Demi Lovato and the Jonas Brothers a household time and brought us Demi Lovato belting out randomly for the next two years. Luckily for you, I’m here to explain the movie to you. Welcome to “Pop Project Explains.” The column where I explain things so you understand it better. Let’s get started.

What is “Camp Rock?”

“Camp Rock” is about this girl named Mitchie who pretty much guilts her mother into working at an overpriced summer camp called “Camp Rock” because it’s the latest hip and cool thing to do. There she makes up a lie that her mother was the head of a hit music show in China because that makes total sense. Because of this lie, she totally screws over the people who nice to her from the start in order to be in the good gracious of Wicked Bitch of Rock. And Mitchie is supposed to be the protagonist

Now, can we just talk about how this camp is called “Camp Rock” but yet there is hardly any rock music there? How every single event at the camp rock is called a “Jam?” For how much this camp cost an arm and a leg, you think they would come up with more clever names. Anyway, Shane Gray is a jackass that pissed off everyone in his band to the point they shipped him off to this camp in order to work on “this image.” Because nothing fixes an image like sending him to a summer camp where everyone worships you. He’s also supposed to be the protagonist. Like who wrote these characters and thought they were great characters.

The Wicked Bitch of Rock ends up screwing over Mitchie and revealing that Mitchie is an even bigger bitch that her. She lied about where she came from just to fit in. This was all because the bitch was jealous that she didn’t get a chance with the pompous jackass Shane. How is Mitchie the main character we are supposed to root for? I’m actually rooting for the people she shits on in order to be popular.

This movie is just continuing the tradition of Disney teaching people bad habits but I mean Disney, WTF? While”High School Musical” wasn’t the greatest thing in the world, but at least the people you were rooting for was actually likable. You don’t like Mitchie at all until like the last 10 minutes, even then you just want to throat punch her. Shane is just an asshole. Literally, he’s just an asshole.

And what was the point of Nick and Kevin? They are just there. I get that it’s was a package deal but at least make them more prominent in the movie if you are going to feature them in the posters. The people who Mitchie shits on are in the movie more and they aren’t in most of the promo.

This movie makes you question the youth. There’s even a sequel to this movie!?! Spoiler: Don’t watch “Campe Rock 2: The Final Jam” because it’s just a stupid. I’m sorry, not sorry for ruining this movie for you. It’s not a bad movie, it’s just the fucked up.

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Top 5ive: Jonas Brothers


It was only a matter of time. It’s time for me to go through the purity ring wearing Jonas Brothers discography and pick out their best single. Besides the massive amount of hair gel they have put in their many different hairstyles, the Jonas Brothers (spoiler: they are real brothers) have put out some classic songs. So let’s dive into their Disney Channel-approved music and figure out which songs made this Top 5ive. Also, I cannot promise that there aren’t any jokes about their purity rings and Disney. Just be prepared for it.

5. Hold On

“Hold On” was the sleepy song and probably the most underrated because the album it was on had too many good songs. Although “Hold On” is one of the best songs off their self-titled second album, the music video is a classic. Like all the thirsty teenage girls and their mother’s underwear, the place around was falling part and they just kept on rocking out. Their music is what saved them from dying. It’s the most ridiculous video premise because they took so seriously. And the song is amazing too. It starts out strong and finishes in the most epic way ever.

4. Year 3000

Fun fact: this song is a cover. It the song that made Disney go “Hey, they are brothers and they can sing. Let’s castrate them and make millions.” And unlike my future with Disney, “Year 3000” made their bright. It also promised the world a seventh album and that never happened. The song was featured in a mediocre movie entitled “Meet the Robinson.” The only thing memorable about that movie was the dinosaur with the big head and little arms. Yeah, it was in that movie. The music video and style of the song was still one of their first album “It’s About Time.” More rock than it is pop with Nick Jonas’ pre-puberty vocals that is more iconic than his hairdo. Nick Jonas’ hair is so big because it’s full of secrets. Secrets about sex, drugs, and Rock & Roll. Nick’s hair also had built-in carrying cases for their purity rings.

3. When You Look Me in the Eyes

I don’t care if you were a Jo Bro fan or not, you rocked out to “When You Look Me in the Eyes.” While it was one of those songs that Disney shoved down your throat, it was a beautifully written song that your teenage girlfriend wanted to play at your wedding. Hopefully, that has changed if you are still together. While it was originally just a Nick song for his debut album where he sang Christian music as a child, it was the probably one of their best ballads. And yes, Nick Jonas released a Christian album before you released music that he wanted people to have sex to. Everyone has to start somewhere. You probably heard his version of, just look up “Miley Cyrus: When You Look Me in the Eyes.” No joke, it will come up with that. It’s funny and sad at the same time.

2. Mandy

Who doesn’t love teen brothers singing about how they love a girl named Mandy? Their first single and a totally different style of music from what they would release their first album “It’s About Time.” It was more rock than pop and they even let Kevin sing. I know right? Kevin can sing. You would even know that by the gag order Disney put on him when they signed with slave camp known as Hollywood Records. And good luck finding this album because it’s harder to find than their purity rings. They also made three music videos for it but you can only find part one online, which makes me think that Mandy was the daughter of the CEO at Hollywood Records and used to get them a new record deal. We have to pay tribute to Nick Jonas pre-puberty. Puberty was rather good to him with dem abs. This was the best pre-puberty vocals of his.

1. Burning up

This song was probably the best music video they ever put out. It’s the funniest and the song was the Disney hit of the summer. The music video featured them just being in ridiculous plots for the music video, and it doesn’t even go with the song. It really highlights the band’s personalities. They don’t take themselves too seriously and are actually rather funny. It’s probably the reason why they got their stupid Disney Channel show ‘JONAS.” And before you attack me in the comments below, let’s be real. “JONAS” was stupid and Disney had no clue what they wanted to do with it so they changed the plot and ended up giving the world “JONAS L.A,” which no one wanted in the first place. Oh, and The Jonas Brothers let their Bodyguard rap on the song. He wasn’t bad either.


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