Adam Levine Says New Maroon 5 Album Is ‘Finished,’ Release Is ‘Not Far Off’

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The follow-up to Maroon 5’s 2017’s Red Pill Blues is on the way.

Adam Levine says, “I can tell you right now that the album’s done. And I can tell you it’s finished, I can tell you it’s been mastered, and I can tell you it’s been delivered, but I can’t tell you when it comes out. But just it’s not far off, I’ll just say that.”

The band released the first single off the album, “Beautiful Mistakes,” featuring Megan Thee Stallion.


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During an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, reported by BillboardAdam said Megan took the song “to a whole new level.”

“To be honest, it actually shows this new kind of branch of what she does, and this new versatility that she’s going to show everybody right now,” Levine explained. “That’s a side of her I had never really heard yet. It’s one of those great songs that I think kind of continues to build. And the way she built her part…it couldn’t have been a more epic kind of climax for the song. I mean, it really is absolutely perfect. What she did was just miraculous, and it brought the song to a whole new level.”