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Doo-Wops & Hooligans - Album
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: October 5th, 2010

Liquor Store Blues - Single
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: October 5th, 2010

Grenade - Single
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: October 5th, 2010

Just The Way You Are - Single
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: July 20th, 2010

It's Better If You Don't Understand - EP
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: May 11th, 2010

Billionaire - Single
Label: Elektra / Fueled By Ramen Records
Status: Available
Release: March 9th, 2010

Nothin' On You - Single
Label: Elektra / Atlantic Records
Status: Available
Release: March 9th, 2010

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Bruno Mars Spread In Vogue Magazine
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Here are the official scans from Bruno’s spread in Vogue Magazine with model Joan Smalls which is featured in the June 2011 issue. You can pick the magazine up now from your local newstands or from Vogue.com.



Official “The Lazy Song” Alternate Music Video
Posted by Admin on May 26, 2011 - 1 comment
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LOL!!!! Major props out to Bruno & the entire team @ Elektra Records for coming up with this hilarious & original alternate version to “The Lazy Song”. The video premiered on Youtube today and you can now view it below as well as on Bruno’s official web site BrunoMars.com.



Bruno Mars & Joan Smalls for ‘Vogue’ Magazine
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I’m sure some of you will remember these pics from a couple of weeks ago where we saw Bruno & model Joan Smalls on location for a shoot in Puerto Rico. It turns out, the shoot was not for a video – but for the legendary Vogue Magazine which Bruno will be featured in.

Below is the official behind the scenes video from Vogue.com + 70 screen captures. Check it!



Bruno Mars Launches Tornado Auction
Posted by Admin on May 22, 2011 - Post a comment
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Bruno has put up some signed rare items for the American Red Cross Tornado Disaster Relief Fund. As you all are aware, massive tornadoes have recently swept through Southern US states and Bruno is joining other celebs in this great bid.

Bruno Mars has launched an auction of concert memorabilia intended to raise funds for victims of the recent US tornadoes.

The ‘Lazy Song’ artist revealed on Facebook that fans could support the American Red Cross relief effort sparked by last month’s disasters in the Southern states by bidding for some “very special” items.

The post read: “Bruno is auctioning off some signed & rare items to benefit the victims of the massive tornadoes in Alabama. ALL proceeds of this auction will go to the Alabama Tornado Disaster Relief Fund via The American Red Cross. Anything you can do to help would be most appreciated!”

The bundle of prizes includes a framed poster from Mars’s “coming home” show in Hawaii last December, a limited-edition boxset of his debut album Doo Wops & Hooligans and lifetime membership to his fan club.

The auction closes on Thursday evening.

Other stars helping to raise funds for tornado victims include Charlie Sheen, David Spade and Kenny Chesney.

Lady Antebellum and Keith Urban were among the stars to perform at the Music Builds: CMT Disaster Relief Concert in Nashville earlier this month.

Source: Digital Spy



Forbes.com “MARS ATTACKS” – Interview
Posted by Admin on May 19, 2011 - Post a comment
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Bruno is featured on Forbes.com with an all-new article & interview. Forbes spoke to Bruno about his global success as well as his big break in the music industry.

Last summer Bruno Mars teamed up with Travie McCoy to release the song “Billionaire,” a feel-good frolic about ten-figure fortunes and landing on the cover of FORBES. It was an unexpected hit, selling 2 million singles in two months and lending an unusual influx of cool to business journalism.

“I was tired of spending half my day worrying about what I can and can’t spend on whatever,” he says, explaining the song’s origins poolside in Hollywood Hills. “I wouldn’t have to worry about, you know, ‘I can’t afford to get breakfast, so I’ll wait until lunchtime to eat.’ If I was a billionaire, none of that would matter. I’d be eating diamond cereal.”

His teeth are still intact, but he is inching closer to our cover. Since breaking through in 2009 by co-writing and singing the hook on B.o.B’s song “Nothin’ on You,” he’s had a hand in five number one singles and his solo debut, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, has sold 2.5 million albums and 15 million singles worldwide. FORBES estimates that Mars pulled in $8 million over the past 12 months–enough to make him a strong candidate for The Celebrity 100 someday soon.

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Mary Mary Cover “Just The Way You Are”
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Hit Gospel group Mary Mary covered Bruno’s “Just The Way You Are” while performing their Billboard Mashup Monday performance. The ladies sound incredible & have truly done the song justice!



BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend – Pictures
Posted by Admin on May 15, 2011 - 1 comment
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Here are the first-seen pictures from Bruno’s live performance set at today’s BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend live from The United Kingdom. In addition to having a fantastic show, Bruno also got news that his third single “The Lazy Song” is the brand new #1 single in The UK! How amazing is that?!



Bruno Chats W/ Vernon & Sara @ BBC
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Bruno chatted briefly with Vernon Kay & Sara Cox backstage at the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend show. Bruno performed for the all-star event today alongside other acts including Lady Gaga, Taio Cruz and many more. Performance videos coming soon.



Bruno & Janelle Monae: My First MET
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Vogue takes you behind-the-scenes with Bruno Mars & Janelle Monae as they prepare for their first ever MET Gala. One of the biggest nights in fashion with celebs, fashion journalists, great music & fans – this night brought out the A-List. Check out the video below:



Top New Artist Finalists: Bruno Mars
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Bruno Mars made that kind of impact last year. Raised in Hawaii, playing from a young age in his family’s band, and even working as a peewee Elvis impersonator, Mars and his signature blend of Motown, hip-hop, doo-wop, funk, pop, reggae, and more became inescapable in 2010. Mars shrugs off the idea that this is simply some natural talent. “I think it’s more about being a fan of all different styles of music,” he told Billboard, “understanding what makes those songs so special, and trying to incorporate that into your own music.”

First came the hits he worked on for other artists, often in collaboration with his producing team, the Smeezingtons — B.o.B’s “Nothin’ on You,” “Billionaire” by Travie McCoy, and “Right Round” by Flo Rida featuring Ke$ha. K’naan’s “Wavin’ Flag” became an international smash when it was chosen as Coca-Cola’s promotional theme for the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament.

The real big bang came in August, when Cee Lo Green’s irresistible, unlikely anthem “F**k You” (which Mars cowrote and coproduced) became a viral sensa- tion. From Saturday Night Live to Glee, the deliriously profane song turned into something more than just a hit, though it also made it all the way to No. 1 on the Billboard Top 40; it was a true cultural moment.

This barrage of successes all served as the run-up to the release of Mars’s own debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, in October, which shot to No. 3 on the Billboard 200. The back-to-back blockbusters “Just the Way You Are” and “Grenade” made him the first male act in more than 13 years to take his first two charting radio singles as a lead artist to No. 1 on the Hot 100. (Despite his commercial triumphs, the year still held challenges for Mars, like his arrest for cocaine possession in Las Vegas in September; he pleaded guilty to the charge, and said that what he did was “foolish.”)

While the ascension of Bruno Mars hit like a thunderbolt, don’t assume that it came without a struggle. “A lot of people think this was an overnight thing,” he said. “Before ‘Nothin’ on You’ were some very dark times — just me in the recording studio, figuring out the production process and the writing-songs process.”

That period of experimentation led to a unique sonic mix, incorporating all of the music that Mars loved, a balance that manages to be both classic and progressive. But not everyone in the industry immediately understood this stylistic diversity, nor Mars’s own multiethnic background (he is of Puerto Rican and Filipino descent). “That was my struggle coming up,” he said. “No one knew what I was. ‘What is he, what kind of music is it?’” He was aware that he was doing something outside conventional categories. “I guess if I’m a product, either you’re chocolate, you’re vanilla, or you’re butterscotch,” he once said. “You can’t be all three.”

Apparently, though, this posed no problem for listeners, who flocked to Mars’s work, whether it felt like old-school crooning, a funky roller-coaster ride, or a cathartic curse-out over a sunny backbeat. Like all real game-changers, Bruno Mars threw away the rules, and his own explanation for his success is simple: “There are no tricks,” he has said. “I don’t have mascara on one eye. It’s honesty.”

Source: Billboard