In the heartwarming and sensual clip, co-directed by Mars and Cameron Duddy, he is accompanied by his beautiful co-star Zendaya as the two vibe out to the record in adjoining hotel rooms.
During a concert on Saturday night in Michigan, the Grammy-award winning entertainer announced that $1 million in proceeds from the show would be donated to the Flint water crisis fund.
Last week, BET announced the nominees for the 2017 BET Awards, now they're slowly rolling out the performers list...
During last night's ceremony, Mars wasn't present for the festivities (as he's currently overseas on his "24k Magic World Tour"), but he still performed “Versace on the Floor"...
June (Black Music Month) is just around the corner, and you know what that means: The 2017 BET Awards! This year on June 25th, the 17th annual BET Awards will go down at the Microsoft Theater at L.A Live, and the nominations are in: Beyonce leads the pack with seven nominations including Album Of The Year For Lemonade. Bruno Mars [Read More]
Bruno Mars surprises fans with the music video for his smash single "That's What I Like," a record from his RIAA certified platinum album, 24K Magic.
Bruno Mars Covers ‘WSJ Magazine,’ Talks Upcoming Tour, Culture Vulture Accusations, The 90s Sound, More
Before he takes off on his "24K Magic World Tour" later this month, Bruno Mars is doing press for the jaunt and his album of the same name. He recently did an interview and photo spread for WSJ Magazine..
Bruno Mars slayed a tribute to Prince last night (Feb. 12) at the 2017 Grammy Awards, but before he did that, he took to the stage to perform "That's What I Like," a tune from his latest album 24K Magic.
Last night (Feb. 12), longtime Prince collaborators The Time and multi-faceted entertainer Bruno Mars honored Prince at the 59th annual Grammy Awards.
Bruno Mars Covers ‘Latina’ Mag, Talks Being Multiracial, Making ‘Black Music,’ Losing His Mother and More
Bruno Mars is the cover boy of Latina magazine for the February 2017 issue. In the cover story, readers can learn more about the entertainer; he digs deep into his experience of being multiracial, making "black music," losing his mother nearly four years ago, and much more.