Adam Levine, the lead singer of Maroon 5, has taken Instagram Stories to announce that he’s going to open a TikTok account for the promotion process of the band’s upcoming album though he doesn’t like the platform much.
The iconic frontman and record producer, Adam Levine, has been teasing out the band’s seventh studio album, which is set to release next year. The forthcoming album is going to be the first Maroon 5 album without bassist Mickey Madden.
As you may recall, on June 27, 2020, Madden was arrested in Los Angeles because of an allegation of domestic violence. A few days after the incident, the bass guitarist stated that he is retiring from the band for the foreseeable future.
On July 24, 2020, Maroon 5 released their second single, titled ‘Nobody’s Love,’ from the new album. The band members unveiled that they were inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic and the George Floyd protests while creating this unique record.
As the band has been getting ready for a major promotion period next year, the successful vocalist, Adam Levine, made an appearance on social media, revealing that he will probably create a TikTok account to reach out to more people on the eve of the release.
He explained that, though the platform is cute and fun, it’s debatable whether it is accurate for grown-up men. Levine said that if he shows up on TikTok, he will not post anything embarrassing such as stupid dances. Adam also admitted that he’s not a fan of the video-sharing social networking service.
Here’s what Adam Levine said in his recent stories on Instagram:
“So, I don’t like TikTok. Like I know that much. Not a fan. But I think I have to do it because we have a new album coming out and like I’m supposed to, or rush it.
If I do it, which I probably will, I’m not gonna do stupid dances or like anything embarrassing shit. I mean it’s cute. The lesson I have to admit that I get it, it’s cute, it’s fun. But, for grown-ass men, it’s debatable, I don’t know.”
You can watch Adam’s stories below.