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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.
The Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN) accuses Adam Levine and Co. of trivializing stalking behavior in the music video starring Behati Prinsloo.
The Maroon 5 frontman breaks into Prinsloo's house and takes some pictures of her while she's sleeping in the video directed by Samuel Bayer.
The group also performs their own tracks like 'Sunday Morning' and 'Maps' during their visit to BBC Radio 1's 'Live Lounge'.
The band scores their second No. 1 album on the chart after their latest LP 'V' opens with 164,000.
The band will have 'Rude' hitmaker Magic! and Adam Levine's protegee Rozzi Crane open their upcoming world tour that starts on February 16 in Dallas.
The band performs 'Maps' and 'It Was Always You' from 'V' album as well as 'One More Night' from their 2012 LP 'Overexposed'.
For their fifth studio effort, the band works again with hitmakers Max Martin and Benny Blanco who were responsible for their hugely successful 2012 album 'Overexposed'.
Written by 'Chandelier' hitmaker Sia, the piano-driven ballad is set to appear in Maroon 5's 'V' album that's coming out on September 2.
Marking the group's first time to perform at the annual event, Adam Levine and Co. will perform the new single from their upcoming album 'V'.
Written by frontman Adam Levine, the song comes as a promo track off the band's upcoming fifth album 'V'.
The album will feature 11 tracks including lead single 'Maps' and the band's collaboration with Gwen Stefani 'My Heart Is Open'.
The three acts will be joined by the likes of Beck, 5 Seconds of Summer, Calvin Harris and Blondie at the month-long fest that will return to the U.K. in September.
Adam Levine gets dramatic in a music video which shows his girlfriend getting into an accident after having an altercation with him.