Watch: Maroon 5 features Cardi B in new 'Girls Like You' video
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Maroon 5 dropped their latest summer single on Wednesday night, along with an accompanying new music video! Watch the video for "Girls Like You" featuring Cardi B by playing the video above, and download this new version of the song now on iTunes.

"Girls Like You" was originally released as a Maroon 5-only song on their latest album Red Pill Blues; you can hear the original version of the song here. But in keeping with their tradition of dropping a new song over the summer, the Grammy Award winners have re-released this track with some extra assistance from one of the most talked-about rappers on the scene. Cardi B also features heavily in the music video, which focuses on her and Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine in an empty room that slowly begins to fill with various ladies; Levine's wife Behati Prinsloo and their daughter can be seen near the end of the video.

This new version of "Girls Like You" follows Maroon 5's previous summer singles, including "This Summer's Gonna Hurt Like A Motherf--ker" in 2015 and remixes of their hit single "Cold" last year.

It's also the latest in what's become a long line of Maroon 5 collaborations with rap artists. Five of the 15 songs on Red Pill Blues feature a rapper, including the previously released "Don't Wanna Know" and "Cold." Their hit single "Payphone" from their 2012 record Overexposed featured Wiz Khalifa; the song spent 31 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, peaking in second place. The band has clearly found a groove combining their pop-rock sensibilities with rap vocals, and re-releasing "Girls Like You" adds another chapter to the transformation of their sound. It also gives Maroon 5 fans yet another fresh track to add to their playlists this summer, as the band prepares to head out on tour.

The "Girls Like You" re-issue featuring Cardi B is now available on iTunes. Music fans who want to see Maroon 5 live this summer can get tickets through AXS by using the links below:

Sept. 9 - Denver, CO - Pepsi Center (Click here for tickets)
Sept. 11 - Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center (Click here for tickets)