The Jonas Brothers took the stage at the 62nd Grammy Awards to perform their new single, “What a Man Gotta Do,” as well as a preview of “Five More Minutes,” a new song that has yet to be released.
“So what a man gotta do?/What a man gotta do?” the trio sang, strutting up and down the stage as Nick played electric guitar and Kevin strummed an acoustic, “to be totally locked up by you.”
“What a Man Gotta Do” follows the trio’s holiday single “Like It’s Christmas” and Diplo collaboration “Lonely.” The group — who went on hiatus in 2013 — reformed in 2019 for their first studio album in a decade, Happiness Begins, and the Amazon Prime documentary Chasing Happiness.
The band is up for one award this year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, for their song “Sucker.” In the lead-up to the Grammys, they performed at the 2020 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute, honoring Aerosmith alongside Gary Clark Jr., Alice Cooper, Foo Fighters, John Legend, John Mayer and H.E.R. They also performed at the Hollywood Palladium as part of the Citi Sound Vault series.