Adam Levine Releases His First Song Following His Cheating Scandal Titled ‘Ojala’

London [UK]: American singer and songwriter Adam Levine has launched his first track following his cheating scandal, and it’s far a duet with Colombian singer Maluma titled ‘Ojala’.

According to Fox News, the collaboration was teased by Maluma back in June whilst he shared an Instagram image of him and the Maroon 5 frontman in the studio. The new song features Levine making a song in Spanish. “Ojala que cuando el te lo haga, pienses en mi, Ojala que sea mi nombre que quieras repetir,” he sings, which interprets in English to, “Hopefully, when he does it to you, you think of me; hopefully, it’s my name that you want to repeat,” reported Fox News.

Meanwhile, this new wonder collaboration follows last month’s dishonest scandal involving Levine and Instagram version Sumner Stroh, who claimed the two had an affair.

The allegations came to light days after Levine and his spouse Behati Prinsloo confirmed they might be collectively watching for their third baby. Since Stroh’s cheating allegations, four different women have additionally come ahead claiming Levine despatched them flirtatious texts.

Though the affair changed into denied with the aid of the ‘Sugar’ singer, he admitted that he had “crossed the road.” In a declaration, Levine wrote, “In positive instances, it became irrelevant; I have addressed that and brought proactive steps to remedy this with my circle of relatives,” as per Fox News.

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