Adam Levine hit the stage with Gym Class Heroes on Friday morning (Feb. 3) to perform 'Stereo Hearts' live in Indianapolis, Ind. in anticipation of the Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday.

The premiere of NBC's hit singing competition show, 'The Voice,' will air immediately after the big game. "We're sticking with the program, we really are," the Maroon 5 frontman said of the upcoming season. "We love what we're doing on the show. We had a great year last year. We don't want to alter that too much."

With its winning formula, the singer says this season won't be drastically different. He added, "It's going to be more of the same. Just bigger, better (and) all the talent is insane. Everybody is good. That's what makes the show great. That's what going to be that much more challenging for us as judges." Funny, that's exactly what judges Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton said about the show, as well.

Levine knows a thing or two about being a superstar, as evidenced by his performance with collaborators Gym Class Heroes on their hit single from the band's 'The Papercut Chronicles II' album. "It's incredible," Levine said of the success of the single. "I mean, the second I heard it, I knew. Then I went in with Travie, and it was very apparent from the beginning that it was special."

'The Papercut Chronicles II' is available in stores and on iTunes now, and the season premiere of 'The Voice' will air on Sunday, Feb. 5 on NBC following the Super Bowl.

Watch Adam Levine Perform 'Stereo Hearts' With Gym Class Heroes