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Adam Levine is butt-naked as he is seen getting ready for the band's London concert in the latest music video.
The Adam Levine-fronted band apologizes for scraping their gig in Liverpool due to the singer's health issue.
Adam Levine and Co. performed 'This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like a Motherf**ker' for the first time on TV, while the country singer played 'Kick the Dust Up' off his just-announced new album.
The catchy new song which was premiered on Friday, May 15 reportedly will lead a re-issue of Adam Levine and Co.'s latest album, last year's 'V'.
Scheduled to impact Top40/Mainstream radio on May 26, the new song will reportedly lead a re-issue of Adam Levine and Co.'s fifth studio album, last year's 'V'.
The vocalist ended up hitting a female fan standing in the front row after her expressed his frustration over a technical malfunction at Toronto's Air Canada Centre by smashing his mic onstage.
The raptress opens the remix of the 'V' single with some new bars about her favorite candy and getting naked for her man.
Maroon 5 performed 'Lost Stars' on stage, whereas Tegan and Sara were joined by The Lonely Island performing 'Everything Is Awesome'.
The 'Furious 7' actor tries and fails to hit the high notes as he sings in front of a projection of Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani's performance at the Sunday, February 8 Grammy Awards.
The video was directed by David Dobkin who helmed Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn's 2005 film 'Wedding Crashers'.
The No Doubt vocalist is joined by longtime collaborator Pharrell Williams for 'Spark the Fire' while Adam Levine and his bandmates perform 'Animals'.
The one half of rap duo OutKast adds a new verse about his special lady to the remix.
The 2014 edition of Earworm's annual project features hits of all genres including the upbeat and poppy 'Shake It Off' and the slow-tempo 'Let Her Go' by Passenger.
Adam Levine and Co. perform 'Animals' from their 'V' album while the British songbird delivers a solo version of her Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj-assisted 'Bang Bang'.
The Adam Levine-fronted band plays 'Maps' and 'Animals' from their latest studio installments during 'SNL' episode hosted by Sarah Silverman.