Bad boy Adam Levine released his fourth album with Maroon 5 earlier last month Overexposed, with one hit in particular that’s been topping the charts and constantly on the airwaves, “Moves Like Jagger.” With all his success (including being a judge on The Voice) it’s not clear that this will be his last album with the band.
During an interview with The Sun, Levine mentions his pet peeves more in depth how “scenes” are a thing of the past. “People who tell me they only like one kind of music, I want to punch them in the face.” He goes into talking about past legends, “There’s never going to be another Stones or The Beatles, another Elvis, because they existed in a time when nothing like that existed.”
Now we know he took out his boxing gloves for Maroon 5′s “One More Night” music video, but sadly didn’t dish out on any names in particular. Maybe in the future we can see Levine in a celebrity boxing match? Future possible career (on the side) because there’s no way I can live without his soothing voice.
Maroon 5′s lead single from Overexposed “Payphone” is an infectious pop song that you can expect to have stuck in your head ALL summer. The track features Pittsburgh MC Wiz Khalifa on their poppiest album yet.
Adam Levine, who’s music career has been on the up since The Voice, sings to you: “If happy ever after did exist, I would still be holding you like this.” If you insist.
The album will be out on June 26 and was produced by Max Martin.
Listen to it here: