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Jonas Casts a Spell with Voodoo

New Orleans Gets HOTT This Halloween When Nick Jonas Comes To Town!

Gotta love a town steeped with deep spiritual magic. New Orleans may well be one of our favorite romps in the U.S. of A., but it seems we are not the only ones. Jonas takes on the city on with new lights in this ripped up illustrated wonder-peice directed by Black Coffee

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As Jonas tumbles down into the chorus surrounded by trippy waves of light we hear him chant:

“V-V-Voodoo, ee-yea ee-yea
You got me too attached, keep me comin’ right back
And I know that I ain’t fuckin’ with your voodoo
Voodoo do voo voo voo voo voo”

His pop vocals land perfectly as he strolls down Burbon Street surrounded in full N’awlins style. Jonas, followed by a traditional marching band, dance in step as they jump in and out of skeletal form. It’s truly a spook’s delight to watch, and it harkens us back to Justin Bieber’s classic Skrillex combo-masterpiece, “What do you mean?”

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The video is lit beautifully and strikes the right tone, VooDoo, gives us a deep sense of New Orleans flair. And although it is no Lemonade, we couldn’t be happier that their is a resurgence of pop culture coming down south. The French Quarter feels just like our second home, so we are glad to have the gang all back!

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The vid comes just one day after Nick’s brother, Joe, moved in on his territory with a steamy, shirtless bid for fans’ attention. Though VooDoo errs on the modest side (for Jonas) it comes just in time for Halloween, and we couldn’t be happier.

Directed By: Black Coffee
Composers: Nick Jonas, Jason Evigan, Dewain Whitmore, Jr.
Producers: Jason Evigan, Philymack Inc.
(C) 2016 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc. / Safehouse Records, LLC

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Based out of New York, Stoffel finds himself exploring his wanderlust frequently to garner inspiration. His travels have taken him to China, Laos, Taiwan, and Hawaii, which have all resulted in NYC exhibitions. Stoffelโ€™s accomplished photography has also been featured in many outlets including the New York Times, Huffington Post, Vanity Fair, and Hawaiian Airlines Magazines.