Nick Jonas is setting the record straight on his love life. ” Nick couldn’t give a direct answer, but his red face implies he could be seeing someone.
To test them, we’re going to focus on both the lyrics and the imagery.
The lyrics are important, but they only tell us half the story.
Every music video is full of unspoken messages in the ways that the characters look and behave, and sometimes those pictures are worth a thousand words.
Imagery: This video is a good example of the way imagery can affect the meaning.
As much as we love ‘em, a lot of our favorite movies, songs, video games, etc.
are failing miserably when it comes to depicting relationships in a realistic and healthy way.
There’s a widespread misconception in media that drama = passion and possessiveness = caring, and while those ideas may look romantic on the big screen, in the real world they are anything but.
In honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, we’ve decided to dissect some media and put it to the test. Below are the music videos for three chart-toppers from 2014.
In “Jealous” there is no talk of physical violence in the lyrics, but there are several shots in the music video of Nick being violent and aggressive by breaking things and hitting punching bags.