Featuring a relatively risque verse from Lil Wayne, the song is earning its Parental Advisory sticker. Jonas says he's met Weezy "three years ago when Russell Brand was hosting the VMAs. I remember walking up to him and saying, 'Hello Mr. Lil' Wayne, I'm Joe Jonas,' and he's like 'JONASSSSS!!!'
"Ever since then I told him that I wanted to work together someday if it makes sense, and then this project came along."
He adds, "He made this remix, and he killed it. It's a dream come true for me."
The solo Jonas heartthrob also took to the airways to deny rumors of hook-ups with his ex-girlfriend, Ashley Greene, saying "I'm sorry to disappoint all those 'Jashley' fans, but if 'Hooking up' is you talking about 'making out' that unfortunately didn't happen."
As for Weezy, he adds some sentimental raunchiness to the dance jam, rapping "She looks like a butterfly/Smells like a flower/We go together like money and power/I don't need nothin', nothin', but her/All them other b------ ain't f------ with her."
Seems like pop acts just can't get enough of Weezy. Young stars Demi Lovato and Justin Bieber have both covered his romantic critique 'How to Love' and he's collaborating with Robin Thicke too. Turns out showing hip-hop's sentimental side is high in demand.
Listen to Joe Jonas's 'Just in Love Remix Feat. Lil Wayne'
Watch Lil Wayne's 'How to Love'