Maroon 5 fits a flock of female cameos into its new music video for a remix of “Girls Like You,” featuring rapper and recent Stern Show guest Cardi B.
The video (above) begins with frontman and Stern Show regular Adam Levine singing by himself in the middle of a room. After the first verse, he's joined by a dancing woman in “Havana” singer Camila Cabello. A gaggle of celebrity gals soon follows, including Stern Show veterans Sarah Silverman and Ellen DeGeneres as well as musicians Mary J. Blige, Dua Lipa, Rita Ora, and Jennifer Lopez, actresses Gal Gadot, Tiffany Haddish, Millie Bobby Brown, and Trace Lysette, and Elizabeth Banks, athletes Chloe Kim, Danica Patrick, and Aly Raisman, model Ashley Graham, politician Ilhan Omar, and even Adam’s real life wife, Behati Prinsloo.
Cardi B takes the stage a few minutes into the song and delivers a verse of her own, rapping about everything from “dancing for dollars” to playing with her “kitty.” When the award-winning musician joined the Stern Show in May, she spoke to Howard all about her early career, which included a stint as an exotic dancer.
Listen to a clip from their conversation (below) and hear the full interview here.
“Girls Like You” hails from Maroon 5’s latest album, “Red Pill Blues,” featuring sizzling singles like the SZA team-up “What Lovers Do.” Watch the video for the band’s Cardi B remix of “Girls Like You” (above).