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Maroon 5 ft J Cole
Animals (Remix)


genre: Pop
length: 3:59
bpm: 95
key: 2m

October 1, 2014

As if Maroon 5's "Animal" weren't already addictive enough, J Cole's additional verse in the song's remix appeals to more hip-hop-geared fans, making the "Animal" remix a hit no matter which way you look at it. In true Adam Levine style, the original track alludes to a relationship that may be more similar to animal instincts than the traditional concept of "love" we know, but at the end of the song, there's no denying that these two belong together. J Cole's verse provides an excellent addition to the idea that "you can pretend it's meant to be, but you can't stay away from me." Like Levine's comparison of this lady to "a drug that's killing me," Cole's lyrics also allude to the idea that this woman is addictive in the best of ways. How many of us can identify with this feeling in a relationship? Isn't love the ultimate drug? Or is it sex?

Maroon 5 ft J Cole
Animals (Remix)


genre: Pop
length: 3:59
bpm: 95
key: 2m

October 1, 2014

As if Maroon 5's "Animal" weren't already addictive enough, J Cole's additional verse in the song's remix appeals to more hip-hop-geared fans, making the "Animal" remix a hit no matter which way you look at it. In true Adam Levine style, the original track alludes to a relationship that may be more similar to animal instincts than the traditional concept of "love" we know, but at the end of the song, there's no denying that these two belong together. J Cole's verse provides an excellent addition to the idea that "you can pretend it's meant to be, but you can't stay away from me." Like Levine's comparison of this lady to "a drug that's killing me," Cole's lyrics also allude to the idea that this woman is addictive in the best of ways. How many of us can identify with this feeling in a relationship? Isn't love the ultimate drug? Or is it sex?