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Adam Levine Gets Cheeky in New Maroon 5 Video

Maroon 5 released their music video for ‘This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf–ker,’ and it kicks off with a very naked Adam Levine.

When it comes to some skin in music videos, Adam Levine never lets us down. But the typically shirtless frontman shocked his fans –and just about broke the internet– when he surprise released Maroon 5‘s “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf–ker” music video, which shows a fully naked Adam Levine.

The music video, which already pushes limits with it’s controversial and gratuitous language, opens with Adam stepping out of a very steamy shower. Cleverly wrapping his towel around his waist before going to change his clothes, Adam teases audiences with some of his tattooed chest. But as he goes to change, he rips the towel off and reveals his bare butt. Yes, this actually happened. The rest of the video –which is boring and features none of the other Maroon 5 guys– follows Adam getting dressed and heading out to a performance on stage (where the band is barely seen).

Adam released the video on May 30, tweeting: “Oops… We dropped our new video…” The single is undoubtedly going to be a big song of the summer for radio programmers and appears on the band’s reissue of its fifth album, V.

What did you think of the “This Summer’s Gonna Hurt” music video? What did you think of naked Adam Levine? Did he go too far this time? Let me know in the comments below.

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Chris Vetrano

From a young age Chris Vetrano was raised as a connoisseur of music, incorporating every sound, note and beat deep into his life. It was clear to everyone that knew him that Chris’ destiny was and would always be somewhere in the music industry. When Chris is not working with artists and lifestyle brands or planning high-profile events, he spends his time sharing his favorite new music, food and lifestyle discoveries on his successful blog and web series, Listen! It’s Vetrano, which has been recognized by some of music’s top performers, including Justin Timberlake, Matt Morris, Neon Trees and Cassadee Pope.

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