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NEW YORK, NY, August 21, 2015 - Following the chart-topping success of his #1 single "Jealous" and follow-up hit "Chains," multi-platinum selling recording artist and actor NICK JONAS released his brand new single "Levels" today. Now available via all digital retailers, the up-tempo smash was produced by Ian Kirkpatrick and The Monsters and showcases Jonas' impressive falsetto. "Levels" is the debut single off the Island/Safehouse Records artist's second solo album, due out early next year.
Jonas will perform "Levels" for the first time ever on national television when he headlines the MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show on Sunday, August 30 at 8PM. During the pre-show's live broadcast the 2015 MTV VMA nominee for 'Best Male Video' for "Chains" will also give viewers an exclusive first-look at the new music video for "Levels."
Following the premiere of "Levels," Jonas will head out on own his own headlining "Live In Concert" tour which kicks off on September 6 in Hershey, PA. The tour will make stops in cities across North America with dates in New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Miami, San Francisco and Los Angeles. In addition to his solo dates, Jonas will join Kelly Clarkson for Canadian performances on her "Piece by Piece" tour and will make special appearances at JAY Z's Made in America Festival on September 5 in Philadelphia, Island Records all-star concert event Island Life on September 8 in New York and iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on September 19. Please visit livenation.com for a full list of dates and tickets.
So this happened over the weekend - and you probably missed it! Nick Jonas was chained up by Baga Chipz and Mary Mac at London's Heaven - giving the G-A-Y goers a shackled S&M performance! Watch below!
The Jonas Brothers' Nick Jonas sat down with CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer for a soon-to-air interview with CNN correspondent Suzanne Malveaux, addressing juvenile diabetes and his political future. And because we can always count on someone to leak the details, we have the following (via DailyFill.com):
On His Mission To Washington, D.C.: "I’m here to basically raise awareness and encourage people to continue to do what they can to raise awareness as well in their own circle and on a broader scale. You know, through TV and press and things like that. Whatever we can do. But also to encourage them to raise funds to fund research. Obviously, we’ve made some advances in technology to better manage our diabetes, but we’re hoping for a cure one day, and that’s what the main goal is."
On Health Care Reform: "I have been watching a little bit, but I choose to stay out of that and keep my opinion on that kind of thing to myself."
On His Political Future (his brothers call him 'the President'): I’ve always said that I would like to be president- it’s kind of my whole thing. Maybe 2040."