Obsession of the Week | Moves Like Jagger

Question: have you ever experienced this….

You are totally and completely in love with a band, song, album, etc… and then they (it) get over played on the radio or by some loser friends and you officially can’t stand the band/song/album?  Well that is what happened with me and Maroon 5.  I absolutely loved Adam’s posse the band back when they first debuted the Songs About Jane CD and “Harder to Breathe” became a cultural sensation.

Well since then I have loved pretty much everything that they put out, but over time I started switching the radio station any time their songs came on because I just couldn’t handle “She Will Be Loved” or “Won’t Go Home Without You” one more time.  Side note: Does anyone else still use the radio or am I getting old?

Thankfully this distaste for their overplayed songs has subsided over time and now their most recent release “Moves Like Jagger” is on repeat in my iTunes.  Of course, I fear that this hatred toward radio DJ’s and anyone humming the pop-y/rock-y beat will soon take over, but for now I am completely in love with this song. Yesterday it really helped get me pumped up at the gym, and it is currently helping me power through packing my kitchen (ugh!).

Anywhoo, you should definitely check it out because it is a rockin’ good time (did I really just say rockin’? oh boy!). If that particular song isn’t quite your cup of tea… or maybe it really is and you are as in love with Maroon 5 as I am, check out Misery–another personal fave!

Enjoy!

**Please note I was not paid to endorse Maroon 5 or any associated products/websites.

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2 responses to “Obsession of the Week | Moves Like Jagger

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