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  • Nov 27, 2023

    2013-2014

  • Nov 27, 2023

    In

  • Nov 27, 2023

    Bruno performing with his dad in Puerto Rico

    Family reunion in the Philippines 🤧

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    Ok, so he made Unorthodox Jukebox in 2012 cause he didn’t like his image and sound from the first album and the way he was perceived in general, and also wanted to showcase his versatility.

    Then, he made 24K Magic in 2015-16 cause he really wanted to make a R&B album and also insert dancing into his performances and "have fun on stage".

    [Then, there’s Silk Sonic which was just him and Anderson making music during the pandemic]

    So what does he want to do now? What moves him artistically in 2023?

    I, for one, need him to stay tf away from R&B and funk. Sorry. Not only because he already did these genres, but for certain other reasons too…

    Seeing other people’s comments on twitter and it seems like the natural movement would be him really going into a rock-influenced direction. Returning to something he experimented before (Locked Out of Heaven, Gorilla) and expanding that into new things.

    Just like 24K Magic (and Silk Sonic) was an expansion from Uptown Funk aesthetically, thematically, lyrically... But it’s been 9 years now and it's time to end this era.

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    Ok, so he made Unorthodox Jukebox in 2012 cause he didn’t like his image and sound from the first album and the way he was perceived in general, and also wanted to showcase his versatility.

    Then, he made 24K Magic in 2015-16 cause he really wanted to make a R&B album and also insert dancing into his performances and "have fun on stage".

    [Then, there’s Silk Sonic which was just him and Anderson making music during the pandemic]

    So what does he want to do now? What moves him artistically in 2023?

    I, for one, need him to stay tf away from R&B and funk. Sorry. Not only because he already did these genres, but for certain other reasons too…

    Seeing other people’s comments on twitter and it seems like the natural movement would be him really going into a rock-influenced direction. Returning to something he experimented before (Locked Out of Heaven, Gorilla) and expanding that into new things.

    Just like 24K Magic (and Silk Sonic) was an expansion from Uptown Funk aesthetically, thematically, lyrically... But it’s been 9 years now and it's time to end this era.

    he's got a fender collab so i'm praying he's been working on some rock sound or something

  • Nov 28, 2023

    give me a salsa song mister hernandez

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    I read that he approached D’Mile after listening to Lucky Daye’s 2019 album which, I guess, means that was the direction he would go with the fourth album. Then, Silk Sonic happened in 2020.

    Glad he used this sound and aesthetic for SS so we can move on to something new now 😁

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    I read that he approached D’Mile after listening to Lucky Daye’s 2019 album which, I guess, means that was the direction he would go with the fourth album. Then, Silk Sonic happened in 2020.

    Glad he used this sound and aesthetic for SS so we can move on to something new now 😁

    A neosoul album could be amazing ngl

  • Nov 29, 2023

    Bruno Mars is set to open his very own jazz bar. Located centrally on Bellagio's casino floor, in the former Lily Bar & Lounge space, The Pinky Ring will open in early 2024.

    He’s on his Fenty era

  • In for a new Bruno album

  • Nov 29, 2023
    Sir Swagalot

    he's got a fender collab so i'm praying he's been working on some rock sound or something

    miguel x bruno

  • Nov 30, 2023

    I cannot find the video anywhere, it’s lost media at this point, but Bruno performed Wavin’ Flag on Jimmy Kimmel in February 2009, playing keyboards and singing backing vocals for K’naan

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    7 years ago

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    7 years ago

    !https://youtu.be/5kEfq8jPsu4?si=Tzwos26uVRNhLaC3!https://youtu.be/cSMB63GMfWM?si=5isefKBKW9VExpg4

    Wish we would get a collab man

    Although idek how it would sound their styles are so different

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    just saw a compilation of Bruno dancing on YouTube with 31M views

    the GP loves him

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    crazy watching this 12 years later 💀 it’s like he’s a different person

  • Dec 3, 2023

    Album next year fr?

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    yes, hopefully in the first semester

    he has been writing since 2022 according to Phil Lawrence, his collaborator

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    He’s doing a collab with Hello Kitty in Japan 😅


    7 sold out nights at the Tokyo Dome next month!

  • Dec 8, 2023

    11 years of Unorthodox Jukebox











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    As the year changes to 2024, expect more music from Fauntleroy. That doesn’t mean he hasn’t continued lending his pen game to other artists. Beyond saying he’s working with two superstars, one of them is Bruno Mars. Whatever those two are cooking up will be the first time they’ve worked together since the 2016 Billboard chart topper and Grammy Album of the Year winner 24K Magic. [he worked with Silk Sonic too] So far, Fauntleroy has a total of four golden gramophone wins.
    “I could have a whole nother f***ing hour talking about how much I learned working with Bruno Mars,” he explained. “This * is a genius.”

    bet.com/article/r43iqy/james-fauntleroy-is-an-enigmatic-artisan-redefining-rbs-creative-landscape

    Bruno working with James Fauntleroy and D’Mile for album 4. Another R&B album. It’s over.

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  • Dec 10, 2023
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    As the year changes to 2024, expect more music from Fauntleroy. That doesn’t mean he hasn’t continued lending his pen game to other artists. Beyond saying he’s working with two superstars, one of them is Bruno Mars. Whatever those two are cooking up will be the first time they’ve worked together since the 2016 Billboard chart topper and Grammy Album of the Year winner 24K Magic. [he worked with Silk Sonic too] So far, Fauntleroy has a total of four golden gramophone wins.
    “I could have a whole nother f***ing hour talking about how much I learned working with Bruno Mars,” he explained. “This * is a genius.”

    https://www.bet.com/article/r43iqy/james-fauntleroy-is-an-enigmatic-artisan-redefining-rbs-creative-landscape

    Bruno working with James Fauntleroy and D’Mile for album 4. Another R&B album. It’s over.

    I have so much love for James, it's crazy. Maybe one of my all time favorite writers.