Adam Levine opened up to Ryan Seacrest about being a newlywed and wanting to have "more kids than would be socially responsible" with Behati Prinsloo. Credit: Jeff Kravitz/MTV1415/FilmMagic

You hear that, Behati? Adam Levine called into Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show on Friday, Aug. 29, where he talked in detail about newlywed life and wanting to have many (many!) kids with his wife Behati Prinsloo.

"I think it does change, but in a great way," Levine, 35, said of being a husband. "You feel like a man or something, it's weird." Despite making it official last month in Cabo San Lucas, the Maroon 5 frontman said he and the supermodel still share the same dynamic.

"The relationship doesn’t change, but you feel slightly more masculine," he noted. "I feel like from a man’s perspective … at the end of the day, if you’re with the right person, the guy is supposed to feel like, I think, a little bit more of a man."

While he's basking in the fresh title of husband, Levine told Seacrest that taking on the moniker of "dad" is on the horizon — though not anytime soon. "We’re definitely going to do it," the "Animals" singer said of expanding his brood.

"I want to have 100 kids. I want to have more kids than would be socially responsible," he joked. "I don’t know when we’re going to do it. We can’t do it right now. I think it’s absolutely in the works for some future date."

What does Prinsloo think of all this? Prior to tying the knot, the Namibian beauty revealed to Net-A-Porter's The Edit that she has "definite" plans to have children with Levine.