Adam Levine Works at Dry Cleaners in Big Boi's Music Video for 'Mic Jack'

Adam Levine Works at Dry Cleaners in Big Boi's Music Video for 'Mic Jack'

The clip sees the Maroon 5 frontman as an employee, handing various ensembles to the 42-year-old spitter, which lead to different situations.
Following the official TV debut of "Mic Jack", Big Boi and Adam Levine reunite in a music video for the collaborative track. The eccentric clip finds Big Boi visiting a local dry cleaners to pick up his clothes. Meanwhile, Adam plays a disorganized employee of the cleaners who tries to find Big Boi's clothes, only to hand him garments which lead the rapper to live out various fantasies.

The video begins with the OutKast member arriving at the cleaners, only to find that Adam doesn't have anything listed under his name. The confused Adam then begins his search for his customer's clothes. He finally hands Big Boi a white fur coat which the rapper immediate puts on. The visual then transforms into a smoky, futuristic scene, where Big Boi delivers his verses while dancing with some futuristic ladies.

Elsewhere in the visual, Big Boi gets a space suit and floats through the galaxy as an astronaut. He is also seen at an outdoor car wash staffed by soapy scantily-clad women. A fun twist happens by the end of the video when the rapper realizes that he goes to the wrong cleaners.

"Mic Jack" is the lead single off Big Boi's upcoming album "Boomiverse" which is set to arrive on June 16. The set would be the follow-up to "Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors" and boast guest appearances from Gucci Mane, Killer Mike, Jeezy and more.

Big Boi previously said that in the upcoming project he wanted to "get back to that lyrical prowess and aggressiveness that everybody loves and really just have fun with it." He claimed that the new album is him "coming out of my cocoon."

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