Performing at the Super Bowl halftime show may be a fleeting dream for many musicians, but for Adam Levine, it was an experience he does not want to repeat.

The Maroon 5 frontman appeared on the “Zach Sang Show”. Levine, 40, described his “Super Bowl” halftime show performance as “a stressful time” in his life.

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“That stressful s**t,” he told Sang. “That was a stressful time in my life that I wish to never visit again.”

Maroon 5 performed alongside Travis Scott and Big Boi. All parties were heavily shunned for signing on despite Colin Kaepernick’s blackballing by the league. A petition was even signed calling for Maroon 5 to drop out. Several artists — including Jay-Z, Cardi B, and Rihanna — reportedly turned down offers to perform in a show of solidarity.

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Scott agreed to participate in the halftime show only if the NFL joined him in donation $500,000 to Dream Corps, an organization founded by Van Jones that supports social justice efforts. Maroon 5 later announced they had joined with the NFL and Interscope Records to donate the same amount to Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

This year’s Super Bowl halftime show will be headlined by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.