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That’s how I fell in love with music, how I became obsessed with it.I’d stand there, watching the singer running around the stage, owning the crowd. If I ever didn’t want to go to church on Sunday, or when I was trying to figure out what religion I wanted to be, or trying to understand spirituality, I would always have to deal with knowing that people were looking up to me.After that the concept of church really upset me for a long time.I mean, I believe in God, and that’s a personal relationship that I have, but I’m not religious in any way. Our dad could play just about anything, and we started picking up instruments ourselves.Everything completely changed when Disney entered the picture.
"That doesn't really bode well for me," the "Champagne Problems" singer responded.
“I really try to be aware of the purpose of each song. And he was like, ‘It’s when someone gives you attitude. I went online and there are like 50 different definitions,” Jonas explains.
There are songs on my record that I want people to have sex to, and songs people can listen to when they’re pissed off,” he shares. He was talking to me one time on tour, and I was telling him a story about something, and he was like: ‘Oh, he was giving you chin music? “The most popular one is baseball: Someone throws something high inside — it’s chin music. I loved that as the best representation of the feeling in the song.
Yu Tsai In a series of super-sexy shots, Jonas poses in his underwear, shows off his backside and does an aggressive crotch grab that would probably even make 1990s-era Mark Wahlberg blush.
He also opens up to the magazine about going solo and how he thinks people will respond to his new music.Especially Nick, who was only 12 (I was 15 and Kevin was 17), and he had to make all these big decisions about whether he wanted to be in a band or work solo or work with his brothers. It took about two years before we released our first record, It’s About Time, in 2006.