Maroon 5 have announced a new album, Jordi, a tribute to their late manager Jordan Feldstein, which will drop on June 11.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine told Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday, April 29 that the best way to honor the band’s late, longtime manager was to name their seventh album after him.
“[It’s] named after our late, great, fabulous amazing ex-manager, who passed away a few years ago, sadly,” said Levine. “And so we thought there was no better tribute than to name the album after our boy.”
Feldstein died at age 40 in 2017 of a pulmonary embolism.
Jordi will feature “Beautiful Mistakes,” Maroon 5’s collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion. The album will also include the singles “Nobody’s Love” and 2019 single “Memories,” which was also an homage to Feldstein.
The band also teased an upcoming virtual performance, “American Express UNSTAGED With Maroon 5” on June 4, which will feature music from the new album.
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