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Bruno Mars – “That’s What I Like” (Remix) ft. Gucci Mane

“It’s Gucci Mane and Bruno, that’s one dynamic duo.” Bruno Mars pulls in Gucci Mane to add a verse or two to his smash single, “That’s What I Like.” Originally featured on his 2016 album, 24K Magic, the song is poised to continue dominating airwaves all summer with this new addition. Stream the “That’s What . . .

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Bruno Mars – “That’s What I Like” (Video)

Bruno Mars is living a great life right now, as his 24K Magic album has been certified platinum and he dropped an eye-catching video for his infectious single, “That’s What I Like.” Featuring some slick choreography and a bit of animation, it’s a fun affair to watch. Watch the Bruno Mars and Jonathan Lia-directed video . . .

2017 Grammy Awards Performances

2017 Grammy Awards Performances: Beyoncé, Adele, Chance The Rapper, Bruno Mars & more

It was an action-packed night in the world of music last night. That’s right, the 59th annual Grammy Awards went down. The crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California witnessed performances by Beyoncé, A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson. Paak with Busta Rhymes and Consequence, Katy Perry, The Weeknd and Daft Punk, Alicia . . .

Bruno Mars – ’24K Magic’ (Album Stream)

Bruno Mars got us in gear with the release of album’s title track. Now, he delivers the 24K Gold LP in its entirety. He does his thing all by himself over 9 solo tracks. “I don’t know if people are going to love this s–t. I don’t know if radio is going to play it. But . . .

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Bruno Mars – “24K Magic” (Video)

Bruno Mars is back with a feel good groove that is also the title track for his forthcoming album, 24K Magic. The song’s jubilant, upbeat sound is accompanied by visuals of Bruno and company enjoying the nightlife in Las Vegas. 24K Magic releases on November 18th. Watch the video for “24K Magic” below.

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Watch Beyoncé, Coldplay & Bruno Mars’s Super Bowl Halftime Performance

The first half of Super Bowl 50 was rather lackluster, but Coldplay set things off with their halftime performance featuring Beyoncé and Bruno Mars. Coldplay performed “Viva La Vida,” “Paradise,” and “Adventure Of A Lifetime.” Bruno Mars appeared for a rendition of “Uptown Funk,” and Beyoncé gave her very first live performance of “Formation” before . . .

Bruno Mars Is Venturing Into Producing Music Based Sitcom
EventsNew Music Oct 11  |  

Bruno Mars Venturing Into Producing Music Based Sitcom

If you’re into watching long running, intense character-driven music related television shows, then you’re in luck. Word is that Bruno Mars is officially entering the trend of musical stars with TV shows. The pop crooner is teaming up with Empire producer Brian Grazer to produce a brand-new sitcom to air on NBC. According to Deadline, the sitcom will follow a . . .

Uptown Funk
New Music Jan 12  |  

Mark Ronson – “Uptown Funk (BB Disco Dub Remix)” ft. Bruno Mars

“Uptown Funk” was already funky in its original form. The newly released BB Disco Dub Remix, courtesy of Benji B, takes Mark Ronson‘s instrumentation and Bruno Mars‘s powerful vocals and throws them into a 70’s era blender to create an undeniably catchy remix that legitimately sounds like it came from my parents’ vinyl collection. Look . . .

Uptown Funk
New Music Nov 10  |  

Mark Ronson – “Uptown Funk” ft. Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars connects with Mark Ronson for “Uptown Funk,” an energetic new single that truly sounds as though it’s from a different era. The English producer is preparing to release a new album in the near future. Look to see Bruno and Mark perform on Saturday Night Live on November 22nd. Stream “Uptown Funk” below, . . .

Gorilla
New Music Nov 10  |  

Bruno Mars ft. Pharrell & R. Kelly – “Gorilla (G-Mix)”

Pulling off an unexpected power move, Bruno Mars recruits Pharrell and R. Kelly to remix his bedroom sizzler, “Gorilla.” While the animalistic metaphor might not be the ideal turn-on for every couple, you can’t deny that all three artists bring heat on this new version. Pharrell starts things off with a metaphor-filled guest verse, and . . .

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Beyoncé got us together one year ago today with “Formation”

A year ago today, on a cold Saturday in February, Black America was in serious need of some healing. The day before would’ve been the 21st birthday of Trayvon Martin and police were still trigger happy across the nation. The mandarin trashcan was gaining momentum in the polls. This was all during Black History Month. . . .

Rebecca Ferguson
News Jan 3  |  

Rebecca Ferguson answers Trump’s inauguration offer

England-born talent Rebecca Ferguson was recently asked to perform at Donald Trump’s upcoming Inauguration. The former X-Factor singer recently went to twitter to respond to the invite, which allegedly other A-list celebrities have since turned down. Artists such as Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Elton John have reportedly already turned down the offer. You probably . . .

New Music Dec 5  |  

DJ Earworm delivers a mashup of 2016’s biggest hits

Since 2007, DJ Earworm has been doing music fans a service by creating impressive mashups of the year’s biggest. He delivers, yet again, with “United State of Pop 2016 (Into Pieces)”. Prepare for to hear well engineered snippets from stars like Drake, Justin Bieber, The Weeknd, Sia, D.R.AM., Zayn Malik, and more. Listen to the . . .

2016 Grammy Award Nominations

Check Out The 2016 Grammy Award Nominations

It’s that time of the year. The 2016 Grammy Award nominations have been announced. It’s only right that we all gather round, look at the nominations, and complain about the lack of appropriate representation for the artists who we truly feel deserve some shine. The Grammys will take place in Los Angeles’s Staples Center on . . .

Aaliyah
Editorial May 24  |  

Aaliyah’s “Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number” is 20

It was 20 years ago today that the debut album of one of R&B’s most referenced and influential artists, Aaliyah, released her debut album Age Ain’t Nothing but a Number. The impact of this album is still felt today. It not only introduced us to the vocals of Aailyah but her image. Aaliyah was first . . .