Nick Jonas wants people to do the horizontal mambo to his music

2015-07-20 21:00

Los Angles - Nick Jonas wants people to make babies to his music.

The Chains singer has cultivated a sexier image since embarking on a solo career away from his Jonas Brothers siblings and bandmates and would be "really proud" if he heard a couple had conceived while playing his album as a soundtrack to their bedroom antics.

Asked if he has heard of "any babies being made" to his music, he said: "Not yet but I'm down for that.

"I'd be thrilled if there were some babies made to my music. I'd be really proud, it would be an honour."

The Jealous singer admits he initially worried that his fans wouldn't "embrace" his new musical direction, but he is delighted with the response so far.

He said: "The album features songs about things that are relevant and important to me, and at this point in my life, some of that has to do with some sexier topics.

"It was a big concern that maybe people wouldn't embrace what I was doing now, but they've connected with it very quickly. I feel very blessed."

To go alongside his more mature sound, Nick has posed for some raunchy photoshoots but is conscious not to pose for too many sexy pictures as he doesn't want to "annoy" people.

He told heat magazine: "I was very conscious of the fact that, if I stripped off every time, it could become annoying.

"I've really tried to be aware of that. I don't want that to be what people think of when they hear my name. It's just a piece of the puzzle, not the whole thing."

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