A video of Jonah Hill and Maroon 5 performing a song about handjobs has been making the rounds, apparently from before Hill made Superbad. And while the clip all together is super bad, the song turns out to be so bad that it's kind of good.

The eight-minute skit was directed by Nicholas Jasenovec (who also directed Hill's Superbad co-star Michael Cera in Paper Heart) and features a pre-"Serious Actor" Hill as "Slick Rubin," a terrible music producer who pushes Maroon 5 to make a song about handjobs.

The result of the long-winded set-up begins around the 3:45 mark and is just one of a long line of Sexiest Man Alive Adam Levine's comedic collaborations: