A video that captures the chaos of our time, starting with online clips of racism, violence and other awfulness, and then transitioning to middle-section with audio of Mike Tyson, and then a defiant dance performance.
Okay. Part of me here thinks that, after his girlfriend was killed, Adam Levine's character lost his sanity and developed a taste for blood. When he sees the object of his latest desire —played by real-life wife Behati Prinsloo — on the job, he develops an unhealthy obsession that he can't wait to enact in reality.
Another part of me thinks that Adam's studied a lot of Criminal Minds episodes and may wish to be a serial killer in his next big film role; This could be considered his audition.
Michael Jackson's posthumous career moonwalks on with "A Place With No Name," leaning on footage captured at the time of his "In The Closet" video as a way to work him into a new video. Most notably, perhaps, this marked the first ever video premiere on Twitter directly, with the social messaging service hosting it in their own video player.