Maroon 5 – Payphone ft. Wiz Khalifa Piano Sheet Music [v.2]

Artist Information

Maroon 5is a Grammy Award-winning American pop rock band. Formed in Los Angeles, United States, the group comprises five members: Adam Levine (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), James Valentine (lead guitar, backing vocals), Jesse Carmichael (keyboards, rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Mickey Madden (bass guitar), and Matt Flynn (drums, percussion). Songfacts reports that their 2011 single, Moves Like Jagger, topped the American charts and sold over a million copies in just over 20 weeks in the UK, despite failing to top the chart there.

Maroon 5 has won several awards for its debut album Songs About Jane. Released in June 2002, the album enjoyed major chart success, going gold, platinum, and triple platinum in many countries around the world. In support of Songs About Jane, Maroon 5 toured extensively throughout 2003 – 2005, in which a live album was released, entitled Live – Friday the 13th. Original member Ryan Dusick left the band in September 2006, due to injuries sustained by the constant touring, and was replaced by Matt Flynn.

Song Facts:

“Payphone” is a song performed by the American pop rock band Maroon 5. The song was released on April 16, 2012, as the lead single from their fourth studio album Overexposed (2012). It features American rapper Wiz Khalifa. It was written by Adam Levine, Benny Blanco, Ammar Malik, Dan Omelio, Shellback and Wiz Khalifa, and it was produced by Benny Blanco and Shellback. The song is a pop ballad and it talks about a romance that is no more.
This dance-floor filler is the lead single by the American Pop-Rock band Maroon 5, from their fourth studio album, titled Overexposed. The song finds Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine in a downbeat mood as he reminisces about a failed relationship. The song, which was produced by “Moves Like Jagger” co-authors Shellback and Benny Blanco, was debuted on The Voice on April 16, 2012 and released for download immediately afterwards.
The song features rapper Wiz Khalifa, whose verse is more direct than Levine’s despondent lyrics. “Had a really good game but you missed your last shot,” he raps. “So you talk about who you see at the top, or what you could’ve saw. But sad to say it’s over for it, phantom roll out valet open doors.” “On our last record, we had a feature with Lady Antebellum, and on this one we did one with Wiz,” said Levine to Rolling Stone. “There aren’t many bands that can do that!” Show SheetsPiano Music Sheet.


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