Only Entertainment Tonight has the on set exclusive with the superstar for his latest music video, set in early-1930s Weimar Germany, and shot in the Long Beach, Calif., speakeasy Harvelle's, which opened its doors during Prohibition in 1931. Ricky plays not one, but five characters – including a police man, a mobster and a bartender -- in the retro video.
"There is something about that era and the style that I love," Ricky said, gushing that the shoot had been "a lot of fun."
Martin will answer fan questions during a live 15-minute Twitter Q&A Monday night at 7 p.m., with the official, full-length video to debut immediately after. Meanwhile, you can catch a sneak peek in the video player above and on Monday's episode of Entertainment Tonight.
"Adios" is the lead single off Martin's forthcoming, as-yet untitled album, due out in early 2015. Martin currently serves as a coach on Mexico's version of The Voice and later this month, he'll resume his Live In Mexico concert tour.
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