Train, Cam & Travie McCoy Team Up For Infectious Summer Hit, 'Call Me Sir,' on' Kimmel': Watch


Train hit the stage with help from Cam and Gym Class Heroes' frontman Travie McCoy for a high-energy performance their ode to dating out your league, "Call Me Sir," on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night (July 30).

Each vocalist took a turn at the mic during the performance, showcasing the radically different styles, from pop to hip-hop and country. Train lead singer Pat Monahan kicked things f with his st rock vocals before passing things over to Cam, who led the crowd through a sweet and twangy verse, handing the mic f to McCoy, who flipped the song on its head with a rap break. 

In the choruses, Monahan got the crowd to wave their arms back and forth and sing the infectious hook, "When I ride by myself/ I don't ever get no help/ But when I roll up with her/ Everybody calls me sir."

The single dropped in May and is the group's first new song since their tenth album, A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat, was released last year. Train is currently on a tour with Hall and Oates that will run through mid-August. 

Check out the performance below.