Megan Thee Stallion never fails to surprise us with her iconic lyrics that always make a statement. Recently, she collaborated with Maroon 5 on the song Beautiful Mistakes, giving us a whole new feel. The song has a tranquil sound with a little bit of pop, which is pretty typical for Maroon 5 but definitely something different for Thee Stallion.
Beautiful Mistakes references someone going through a tough breakup while still reflecting on lasting memories with that person, and evidently, Adam Levine's pretty pleased with the end result. "I'm absolutely obsessed with the song," Levine shared. "We love how it came out." During an interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, Levine said he had a blast working with Megan Thee Stallion, "cracking jokes the whole time, making her laugh" while shooting the video.
"The way she built her part was just, it couldn't have been a more epic kind of climax for the song," Adam continued. "I mean, it really is perfect... She's so talented," Levine said about Megan. "She is a superstar, but really in the truest sense, man, she's all class, and we just had the best time shooting the video." Adam also explained that Beautiful Mistakes shows an entirely new side of the rapper, as it's nothing like WAP or Savage.
"I was like the little break where you go to the melodic thing, to be honest, it actually shows this new kind of branch of what she does, and this new versatility that she's going to show everybody right now," Levine said. "I remember when I heard it, I was like, oh, that's big. That's a side of her I had never really heard yet." And Levine isn't the only one eager to work with Megan. This week, Miley Cyrus got a little nostalgic about her former Disney Channel series, Hannah Montana, when she shared a duet on Tiktok with Lil Nas X. This was followed by a tweet from Miley, requesting a collaboration with Megan in the future.
It looks like Megan Thee Stallion has a lot more in store for the future, but for now, she and Adam Levine are busy celebrating the success of their latest collab, Beautiful Mistakes.