Did Nick Jonas Price His New Song “Levels” At 69 Cents Because He Loves Bargains Or Because He Loves Sex Jokes?

We get it, Nick. Good one.

If you’ve been in a coma since 2009 and just woke up today, we have two things to tell you: (1.) good morning, and (2.) the cute, wholesome, and god-fearing Jonas Brothers you remember are no more. Yes, they are all about #TheSex now, with littlest bro Nick going the extra mile to set fire to his Disney past with smoldering sexuality.

Hot dance tracks like “Chains” and “Jealous” (and their equally hot videos) heralded the arrival of this new and improved image, which he solidified with a crotch-grabbing spread in GQ earlier this year. In case you failed to pick up on this new direction, today he tweeted that “Levels,” his latest sexy sex jam, is now available for the extremely low price of 69 cents.

Considering that iTunes usually sells new releases for $1.29 (or sometimes 99 cents), it’s a hell of a deal! But then the whole “69” thing raised some red flags. Is Nick just being super generous, or is there some hidden agenda. Is he subtly trying to inject the “sex” thoughts into our brains, subconsciously reminding us that he’s a sexual adult now damnit? Or maybe he just has the sense of humor of a 12-year-old, and he’s snickering about the whole thing at this very moment.

So we put it to you, good folks: Does Nick love discounts or sex jokes?

Then again, why not both?

VH1 Music Editor + Seltzer Enthusiast