Maroon 5 and Kendrick Lamar share collab 'Don't Wanna Know': Listen
The new Benny Blanco-produced track dropped just before midnight across all digital retailers and streaming services and will be serviced to radio immediately.
Lamar contributes a single verse to the cruisy, tropical-vibe collab. "No more police stop/No more hashtag boo'd up screenshots/No more tryin' make me jealous on your birthday/You know just how I make you better on your birthday, oh," he raps.
Its official music video isn't far away. The clip, which reunites Maroon 5 with David Dobkin, the filmmaker who shot the band's most-viewed video to-date, "Sugar," premieres this Friday (Oct. 14 on NBC's Today).
Adam Levine and co. are slated to deliver the first television performance of the single Nov. 3 on Ellen. Maroon 5 debuted the single recently at a September show in San Antonio, minus Lamar's input. It's a good chance they'll give it another plug at their upcoming U.S. headline tour dates, which include a concert this Thursday (Oct. 13) at Porland's Moda Center and a pair of late-December shows in Las Vegas.
A raft of 2017 U.S. concerts are confirmed for February and March. Stream the track on Apple Music or on Spotify below.
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