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2 August 2012, 14:59
The 'Payphone' singer says he loves that his role on the show has made the band more successful.
Adam Levine has credited his appearance as a vocal coach on US talent show series The Voice US for helping reignite the career of Maroon 5.
The band have achieved huge success in recent years since Adam joined the show's panel alongside Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton, with worldwide hits including 'Moves Like Jagger' and 'Payphone'.
"We had a reintroduction to the world through the show," Adam told Parade magazine this month. "It's been great."
The 'One More Night' singer is currently filming scenes for his role in Ryan Murphy's popular TV series American Horror Story, and was pictured out in Los Angeles this week picking up some sushi in between shooting on the show's second season.
Check out a picture of Adam Levine picking up a spot of sushi in Los Angeles this week below (Credit: Splash):
Adam recently spoke out about Maroon 5's more pop oriented direction on latest album 'Overexposed', claiming he had "checked" his ego at the door while working on the record, and saying the band were happy to embrace their pop side on the album.
Maroon 5 launched 'Overexposed' last month but have already confirmed they are preparing to start work on their fifth album, after revealing they are in a great place musically at present.
American Horror Story is due to begin airing its second season in October while The Voice Us is expected to return on 10th September on NBC.