Bringing the title to life, "Cold" is a catchy, midtempo break-up record that finds both Adam & Future addressing past woman who've been so "cold" to them. "Cold" features Atlanta-rapper Future and is the second straight hip hop tinged single for Maroon 5.
During the ceremony, The Maroon 5 frontman reflected on his family and fans.
Produced by Benny Blanco and Steve Mac, the song is about a love that's gone cold, as Levine croons that he feels he doesn't know his lover anymore. Future then expounded the message with his snappy verses and in his rap solo.
The band & the Freebandz boss will appear on Ellen tomorrow for a special performance of the song. Earlier on in the show, Levine sat down with DeGeneres and said that their new album does not yet have a name or release date, however, it's expected sometime in the next couple of months or so. Their new style now, have focused on heavy beats like what's on the latest hip-hop genre. "Cold" follows up Maroon 5's Kendrick Lamar collaboration in "Don't Wanna Know." . The single also notably entered #1 on the Billboard Top Tracks, scoring the group's third chart-topping start which reached #1 on iTunes, Top 40 and Hot AC charts.