Priyanka Chopra is the inspiration for beau Nick Jonas’ ‘Right Now’?

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The dreamy-eyed boy, Nick Jonas has a reputation to bring his deepest emotions out in a melodious song. From writing an entire album about his past relationship (with Olivia Culpo) to writing new songs about his current ladylove Priyanka Chopra, Jonas is winning hearts all over again. The recent addition to this collection is his newest single Right Now featuring Robin Schulz.

The single is making headlines not just for how good a track that it is, but singularly for how relatable the lyrics are to his relationship with Chopra. The two recently made their relationship official with a traditional Roka ceremony. Nickyanka have never shied away from their public display of affection but hadn’t admitted to their relationship openly before the engagement. Considering their constant showering of love on each other, it comes as no surprise that Jonas wrote an entire song dedicated to PeeCee.

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Jonas, an American singer and Chopra, an international celebrity are both busy with fulfilling their professional commitments. With words like “You are my water, my sun, my moon and stars. Your heart is all I need,” and “Every time you go away, you're always trying to fight. How bad I want you, bad I want you. I could try to fill the space with someone else tonight, but I don't want to,” fans are sure that the singer is clearly talking about his current situation.

In fact, earlier he mentioned that he was waiting for the 'right time' to release Right Now. He finally released it just a week after his engagement. Coincidence, we don’t think so? Nick wrote the song with singer-writer Skylar Grey who has previously sung Dance Without You and wrote Love The Way You Lie for Eminem and Rihanna. German DJ Robin Schulz has given Jonas’ sweet lyrics an amazing fusion of electric beats.

Watch the video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDG6k417uoY

 

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