Cardi B Joins Maroon 5 For The Star Studded Music Video Of “Girls Like You”



The Hollywood hunk Adam Levine rounded up a near perfect group of amazing prominent women for his new music video.

“Girls like you” is the ninth track on the sixth studio album of the American band Maroon 5: Red Pill Blues.

The band released it on May 30, 2018, as the third commercial single.

What’s In The Video

The music video of “Girls like you” starts off with Adam Levine standing alone with a mic, singing, as other members of Maroon 5 appear in the background with their instruments. Then a magical materialization of many gorgeous women begins, and in rotation one by one these female celebrities stand behind Adam Levine. They include renowned and influential actresses, athletes, entertainers, comedians, scientists, and journalists.

An excellent, carefree vibe is created where all of them dance and lip sync to the catchy jingle of this soft yet compelling song.

Cardi’s Magic

Cardi B’s additional performance of rap lyrics fits right in and makes it perfectly top-notch.

As the put it: “You need someone to spice it up. So who you’re gonna call? Cardi, Cardi! C’mon rev it up, like a Harley, Harley!”

The Perfect Cast

This star-studded video has Camila Cabello, Gal Gadot, Sarah Silverson, Pheobe Robinsonn, Trace Lysette, Tiffany Haddish, Franchesca Ramsey, Lilly Singh, Millie Bobbie Brown, Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, Mary J. Blige, Beanie Feldstein, Elizabeth Banks, Rita Ora and Ashley Graham out of the show business.

It also gives us a look at Adam’s wife and model Behati Prinsloo and their daughter Dusty Rose, in a heartwarming embrace.

Aly Raisman, Chloe Kim, Alex Morgan and Danica Patrick are the athletes among this group of successful women. While acclaimed entrepreneurs and authors include Amani Al-Khatabeh, Angy Rivera, Jackie fielder and Ilhan Omar.

Yes, that is a long list of names. But how does one expect to celebrate women? By creating a magical music video starring our favourite women that is bound to drag us all to the brink of an emotional flood, of course.