Maroon 5 are back with “Girls Like You”. But.. girls like who?

Posted by | June 1, 2018 | arch-Uncategorized

Maroon 5 are back! They’ve teamed up with no other than Cardi B for their brand new song “Girls Like You”. With a cameo-packed video, the latest single from Red Pill Blues is an ode to all the women around the world, celebrating diversity in all the senses of the word. And we can’t love it more!  

The newly released video is pretty much a who’s who of powerful and iconic women. From activists and writers to incredible Olympians and actresses, Girls Like You is a tour de force. Maroon 5 perform on a fairly empty stage, but each time the camera circles around singer Adam Levine, a new woman appears behind him. Here’s the full list of wonder women in this all-star cameo:


Camila Cabello – Singer

Gal Gadot – Actress, literal Wonder Woman

Tiffany Haddish – Comedian and actress

Aly Raisman – Olympic gymnast

Sarah Silverman – Comedian

Millie Bobby Brown – Actress

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh –  Tech entrepreneur

Phoebe Robinson – Comedian and actress

Lilly Singh – Comedian, YouTube star

Ellen DeGeneres – TV host and personality


Rita Ora – Singer

Trace Lysette – Actress

Beanie Feldstein – Actress

Jackie Fielder  – Activist

Danica Patrick – Racecar driver

Ilhan Omar – Politician

Elizabeth Banks – Actress

Ashley Graham – Model


Mary J. Blige  – Singer

Jennifer Lopez – Singer

Chloe Kim – Olympic gold medal

Alex Morgan – Soccer player

Angy Rivera – Activist

Franchesca Ramsey – Comedian, activist, actress


And Cardi B who kills her part by spitting cheeky verses like: “I don’t really want a white horse and a carriage/ I’m thinking more of a white Porsche and karats.”

The clip closes with two final guests: Behati Prinsloo, model and Adam Levine’s wife , and their 20-month-old daughter Dusty Rose.  

Listen to the new song, “Girls Like You” on Deezer:

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