Pop prodigy Nick Jonas, the youngest bro of the Jonas trio, is about to share the wealth of being a teen music phenomenon. The 18-year-old Jo-Bro is partnering up with Quaker Chewy Bars for a tot-sized contest, in order to find America's next young superstar -- and without the help of a TV show!

Musical kids will upload videos of themselves doing their thing to the internet, and those performances will be evaluated by judges before being unveiled to the public, who will then vote on the Top 5 contestants. The grand prize winner will have a song produced by baby Jonas, a contract with his Jonas Group Management, a music video and an undisclosed cash prize.

"Making music is my passion in life and the best way I know how to express myself," Nick said in a statement. "I wanted to be part of the Quaker Chewy Superstar Search to help other young musicians make music and follow their dreams."

The Quaker Chewy Superstar Contest runs June 8-Aug. 5, and is open to kids age 8-14. Talented youngsters can upload their videos (or have their parents do it) through ChewySuperstar.com.

Watch the Nick Jonas Interview With Billboard