Big Boi took a turn on Maroon 5’s ‘Animals,’ which was previously remixed by J. Cole.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine takes on the R. Kelly classic and makes it his own in this compelling video.
DJ Earworm has got you covered.
The nominations for Album of the Year at next year’s GRAMMYs will also be announced during the broadcast.
His band Maroon 5 also performed their hits “Maps” and “Animals” on the show.
RAINN has released an official statement saying that stalker fantasies “should have no place in the entertainment industry.”
There’s nothing like a beard and a pair of black framed glasses to make Adam Levine look like a crazy person. He goes for it, full tilt, in Maroon 5’s “Animals” video with the help of director Samuel Bayer.
Hozier will join on the season’s third episode.
The Maroon 5 World Tour will see the guys return to the Forum in Inglewood, where they recently played the VMAs, as well as headlining major arenas like Madison Square Garden in NYC and Wembley Arena in London.
The piano-laden track is a duet with Gwen Stefani, frontman Adam Levine’s Voice co-star who scored the only guest spot on V.
Beyoncé clearly won the night, but since we don’t want anyone going home feeling like a loser (seriously, it’s an honor to even perform at the VMAs), we here at Radio.com decided to give out a few awards of our own.
Big Sean has been hopping on songs all summer, from Ariana Grande’s “Best Mistake” to Common’s “Diamonds” and DJ Mustard’s “Face Down.”
The track, released today (July 29) as a promotional single, continues the band recent penchant for mid-tempo, slow-burning tunes, somewhat in the vein of “Maps.”
“Maps,” “Sugar,” “New Love” — these are just a few of the songs that will appear on Maroon 5’s V, out in September.
For the “Maps” music video, Maroon 5 tell us a story in reverse. Interestingly, it’s the story of a cheating cad as played by Adam Levine.
Maroon 5 comes to New York City tonight for a show at the Bowery Ballroom, but you don’t have to be there to catch all the action.