"Nobody's Love" finds Adam Levine pleading with his romantic interest not to leave him. He tells her he wouldn't be able to love anyone else if she walked out on him. You're the only hand in my back pocket If you ever left, I'd go psychotic Heaven, hear me cryin', cryin' Released during the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests, Levine explained in an Instagram post that he hoped the song would give people "a moment of peace and reflection" during these tough times. "Whether you are an essential worker on the front lines, an outspoken citizen fighting for social justice," he added, "or just someone who needs a break to remember the potent power of love this song is for everyone."
Adam Levine penned the song with the songwriters Nija, Jacob Kasher, Michael Pollack, Kareen Loma and Soaky Siren; plus producers Ryan Ogren and B Ham, along with Jordan K. Johnson and Stefan Johnson of The Monsters and the Strangerz production team. Michael Pollack, Jacob Kasher and The Monsters and the Strangerz also helped Levine pen Maroon 5's previous single, "Memories."
The song's music video finds a solo Adam Levine all alone in the big city. American movie director David Dobkin (Shanghai Knights, Wedding Crashers) filmed the clip on an iPhone with nobody else apart from the singer on set. Dobkin also helmed Maroon 5's videos for "Sugar," "Don't Wanna Know," "Girls Like You" and "Memories."
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