jonas brothers what a man gotta do

Jonas Brothers – What A Man Gotta Do | Lyrics Review and Song Meaning

A formula known to work for Jonas Brothers is to include their wives in their music videos. Jonas Brothers announced their reunion in early 2019 with a brand new single and video titled “Sucker.” This song spoke about how much of a ‘sucker’ they are for their partners’ love and included their wives in the vividly active music video. This video has gathered over 245 million views on YouTube since. So there is no doubt that their latest single and video “What A Man Gotta Do” ft. Jonas Brothers’ wives will be a hit as well.

“What A Man Gotta Do” song speaks about the things that a man has to do to win their special others’ love. It is both a sweet and loving gesture that Jonas Brothers decided to include their celebrity wives in the music video. Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle Jonas, Nick Jonas and his wife Priyanka Chopra, Joe Jonas and his wife Sophie Jonas decorated this fun music video.

In the lyrics to the song, the Brothers confess that they will do pretty much anything to see a smile on their wives faces. Because they are so perfect and the Brothers show their gratitude for choosing to be with them.

In the video, the Jonas Brothers are seen doing various things to impress their wives. From dancing around in their underwear to participating in couple’s dancing competitions to holding a boom box over their heads at their wife’s apartment, the Brothers spare no effort to please their wives. The wives do seem to appreciate their husbands’ gesture, even though how bizarre and weird they are.

The Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner plays two roles in the video, both dancing with her husband Joe at a talent competition. In the bloopers of the shoot at the end of the video, we see Sophie Jonas actually kicking Joe while attempting one move in their choreography.

Overall, “What A Man Gotta Do” is a very catchy tune and a fun and happy music video. Watch below.

Check out the complete lyrics to the song and further song analysis on Genius.

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