Adam Levine, Nicki Minaj

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Nicki Minaj, this is oh-so-sweet!

For anyone who listens to Top 40 music on the radio, chances are Maroon 5's latest hit single "Sugar" has been heard more than once a day. Not that were complaining, of course!

But in a surprise collaboration, Adam Levine and his bandmates have decided to join forces with the "Super Bass" rapper for a new remixed version that gives the song a whole new sound and fell.

"I got them Now & Laters and Jolly Ranchers, too, it ain't a question, but I got the answers, too / These shoes is Cavalli and the pants is, too, when I see him I'm strip like them dancers do," Minaj raps at the beginning of the single. "I'm a show them how to do it like them pamphlets do, show these girls how to do it, off campus, too / Yo, as long as you know he got the baddest, I'm flattered, I'm the only one that he answers to."

Hey, we told you this was a different version.

"Sugar," which rose to the No. 3 spot on the Billboard 100, is featured on Maroon 5's fifth studio album. You can also buy the remixed version by itself on iTunes now.

When Levine is not coaching contestants on The Voice, fans can likely find the singer and his band traveling across the country supporting the disc.

Putting music aside, Levine has also found success in the retail space. Since 2013, the superstar performer has been designing and developing an assortment of clothes for both men and women at Kmart.

And believe it or not, Minaj also started her own line at the popular retailer at the exact same time as Levine.

Isn't it such a small (and sweet) world?

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