Adam Levine seems to be enjoying his new marriage very much. Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine have been married for just over a month.
Adam Levine sat down with Ryan Seacrest on Seacrest’s radio show on Friday. When Ryan asked Adam about his marriage, Levine told Seacrest:
“I think it does change, but in a great way because… you feel like a man or something, it’s weird. The relationship doesn’t change, but you feel slightly more masculine. I feel like from a man’s perspective… at the end of the day, if you’re with the right person, the guy is supposed to feel like, I think, a little bit more of a man.”
According to another report by The Inquisitr, it was suspected that Adam was serenading his wife in “It Was Always You.” The lyrics in this song are indistinguishably describing his newly wed wife.
It’s great that Adam Levine’s new marriage is making him feel like a man and that he wants to settle down. When Seacrest prompted Adam about settling down and having a family, Adam said, “I want to have 100 kids. I want to have more kids than is socially responsible. We can’t do it right now, but it’s in the works.”
Since he wants to start a family and settle down so badly, Adam Levine revealed that he may not releasing as many songs anymore. “We want to tour, to a certain degree, forever,” says Adam, “but at which point does this start to interfere with other things in life that you want to do? There’s probably a day when I’m working a lot less and enjoying my job a little more.”
Ever since Adam met Behati Prinsloo, it has seemed like his songs have a little more depth in them. As he tells Ryan Seacrest about his new album Overexposed:
“I think the album has more depth than the last one, not to say the last one wasn’t great. But I feel like this one kind of has hits, but it has hits that mean something just a little more.”
Hopefully Adam doesn’t forget about his fans while he’s so in love with his newly wed wife. While he was on the Seacrest’s radio show, he also talked about Maroon 5’s collaboration with Gwen Stefani:
“It’s awesome. I love that song so much. I co-wrote that with Sia. Gwen is so amazing on it. It’s serendipitous that she’s on it. We decided to do it before she was on the show [The Voice], which is hilarious. Right before she announced the show, we got this going, so it was a total coincidence.”
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