Adam Levine and his band Maroon 5 have unveiled their new music video for their hit summer single, “Moves Like Jagger“. The video not only features Christina Aguilera, who collaborated with her “Voice” co-star Levine on the track, but it also features some old video footage of Mick Jagger himself–and his iconic moves.
Maroon 5 June release of his collaboration with Christina Aguilera, entitled Moves Like Jagger. Instantly, this single song that searched so many people. As with Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera was also immediately fell in love with the song duration 3 minutes 21 seconds of this. No wonder if this song instantly climbed to the top of Billboard.
“The first time I Heard the song, I loved it,” said Christina Aguilera opened the story. Why not fall in love at first sight? “These songs have elements of the 60′s and 70′s, but still feels modern and unique,” continued Christina Aguilera again. They both did not own for a short time this song directly reach a fairly high sales figures.
Initially, Adam Levine was in doubt sing the song that tells of The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, this. Not because of what Adam was sure he was not among those who could dance on stage like Mick Jagger. “Not that I was then able to dance like Jagger, really. It’s about everyone moving like Jagger,” said Adam, as quoted by Contact Music.
Currently Moves Like Jagger is still perched atop the Billboard 100 although this track has been there for 14 weeks. One achievement that can not be underestimated.
In the video, Mick jagger impersonators and enthusiasts show show off their best Jagger moves, while standing in front of the Union Jack. We also see iconic footage of the Rolling Stones frontman, who recently turned 68. Oh yeah, and it also features a shirtless Levine. It looks like being on a hit show is doing wonders for his career–and his body.
We weren’t sure whether Levine and Christina Aguilera would be able to bring it like Mick jagger, but then again, no one can ever touch the original. The best they can do is try to imitate Jagger’s greatness–and Levine and Aguilera do a pretty solid job of that.