Jonas Åkerlund directs clip, which pays tribute to Rolling Stones frontman's many eras.
By James Montgomery, with reporting by Kara Warner
<P><a href="/music/artist/maroon_5/artist.jhtml">Maroon 5</a>'s Adam Levine has already made a compelling argument for why his band's new single, <a href="/news/articles/1667112/maroon-five-moves-like-jagger-summer-song.jhtml">"Moves Like Jagger,"</a> deserves to be your pick for the Summer Jam of 2011: Basically, unless you want to have the worst beach trip ever, you will add the song to your playlist. </p><div class="player-placeholder right" id="vid:673274" width="240" height="211"></div><p> But now, with the new "Jagger" video, Levine's making an equally compelling argument for why the Rolling Stones frontman deserves to be a part of your summer, too — mainly because he's pretty much the coolest guy ever. "We were lucky enough to get Mick's endorsement [for the video], as far as him giving us access to a bunch of different footage that's so cool," Levine explained. "Not many people have seen [it], especially a newer generation of people that don't know so much about how incredible he was." Maroon 5 teamed with director Jonas Åkerlund — who's helmed clips for everyone from Lady Gaga and Britney Spears to the Prodigy and Blink-182 — for the "Jagger" video, which allowed the band to focus its attention on replicating the icon's moves. "It's kind of a hodgepodge of many different ideas that we wanted to do, and Jonas Åkerlund is at the helm of this whole thing, and he's so talented and we love working with him, and this is going to be another great video, I think," Levine said. "We trust him so much that we can kind of take ourselves out of it a little more and just be like, 'He's Jonas, so he'll do his thing.' "</p>Related Artists