Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine guest stars in "Stereo Hearts," the latest track from alternative hip hop band Gym Class Heroes. The music video for the song premiered on MTV on Thursday.
Levine provides the catchy chorus to "Stereo Hearts," which currently sits at No. 32 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song debuted eight weeks ago and has been steadily climbing past artists like Jennifer Lopez, Coldplay and Jason Derulo.
In the video, Levine can be seen in a series of television screens while members of Gym Class Heroes perform alongside shadows of hands, giant stereos and dancers.
News of the collaboration was first shown on Levine's hit reality TV show, "The Voice," when he invited Team Adam contestants to a recording studio where the song was being logged.
Levine, 32, is currently enjoying the success of two song collaborations. In addition to "Stereo Hearts," Levine is also part of "Moves Like Jagger," a Maroon 5 song featuring his fellow "Voice" judge Christina Aguilera. "Moves Like Jagger" currently sits at No. 8 on the Hot 100 chart.
Following the success of "The Voice," Levine is reportedly in talks to develop a karaoke show for NBC. He recently revealed his personal karaoke rules.
"We can't impose our beliefs on others as far as karaoke is concerned. I like to stick to my go-tos. I like to know I'm going to sway. I like to be very focused. Every once in a while, I'll try branching out, and it will just be a mess," Levine told New York Magazine.