Maroon 5 teamed up with neo-soul artist Solána Imani Rowe in their newest single titled “What Lovers Do.” The song is about taking a gamble on love, featuring beats from synth pads, digital handclaps, and muted bass, Rolling Stone reported.

The band’s frontman Adam Levine sang the new single in his iconic falsetto, with Rowe who joined from time to time, as second voice. She sang on the bridge and the second verse and voiced some ad-libs in the new music. Rowe is commonly known by her stage name, SZA.

“What Lovers Do” was released last August 30, after Maroon 5’s “Cold.” It is part of the band’s upcoming album, which will be released in November 2017 according to Levine.

He made the announcement during the 2017 Teen Choice Awards.

The album is reportedly going to feature songs with a touch of Rhythm And Blues. Rolling Stone reported that Levine earlier partnered with Kendrick Lamar in 2016 for the song “Don’t Wanna Know.”

“Cold” was released to Top 40 radio last February 2017. He enlisted American rapper Future to be the featured performer in the song.

Twitter announcement

Three days before the official release of the audio version of “What Lovers Do,” Maroon 5 teased fans on Twitter, revealing SZA as the featured singer. Then, the band followed the post with tweets on what lovers do. They posted statements such as, “Eating candy is what lovers do” and “Sharing is what lovers do.”

Levine was awarded with special honors at the recently concluded Teen Choice Awards and MTV Video Music Awards.

He and his wife, Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo just welcomed their new baby, Blasting News reported previously.

Neo-soul singer

Soul artist Solána Imani Rowe was recruited by Maroon 5 for their newest single. The band has been recruiting featured performers for its recent songs, unlike before when they solely perform their songs for the album.

She is an American singer and recording artist from Missouri, but later relocated to New Jersey. Her genre includes rhythm and blues, alternative R&B and neo-soul, a variety of the original music type.

In “What Lovers Do,” she sang the lyrics such as “Are we too grown for changing?” and “Are we too grown to mess around?,” basically acting as the second voice that responds to the main voice.

She told Rolling Stone that her songs had her expressing what was on her mind, and not to “hide it behind the boards.”

She has her solo video for her album CTRL, titled “Supermodel.” She launched this video last month, and recently launched her North American musical tour.