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Bruno Mars

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Bruno Mars
Profound R&B Star
This hit was
"Nothin' On You"
. This song was originally written for Atlantic Records rapper B.O.B., but the record label felt the need to publicize Bruno Mars for his exceptional chorus. The song reached
on the Billboards giving Mars the break he yearned for.
Bruno Mars
began to show an interest in writing his own music, and recording with other hip-hop stars outside of his record label. On July 5th, Bruno released the single
which features
Bad Meets Evil
and Mars. This marked the beginning of Bruno's new stage of recording.
As a part of his transition to recording with other artists,
wrote the song "Locked Out of Heaven", with the help of Philip Lawrence. It utilized both Funk and Raggae Rock style music. This single was featured in the album
"Unorthodox Jukebox"
which was released on December 6th.
Bruno Mars
was born on October 8th 1985, in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was born into a large (5 siblings) family of by the name of Peter Gene Hernandez.
Bruno Mars
graduates from President Theodore Roosevelt High School in 2003 at the age of 17.
Bruno Mars
appeared in his first film
"Honeymoon in Vegas"
at only 6 years old. This sparked his career in the music and film industry while also helping him secure a foundation for his future years.
From the very start, Bruno displayed a passion for music.
His mother was a professional singer, and his father was percussionist.
Bruno's father gave him the nickname Bruno at a young age because of his resemblance to professional wrestler Bruno Sammartino.
Bruno and his High School friends formed a band
"The School Boys"
which performed at multiple events.
Initially, Bruno has trouble getting discovered in LA.
A few years later Bruno teamed up with Phillip Lawrence (song writer) to write multiple songs.
A record company liked their songs, but they wanted their own singers to perform it.
Finally in 2010, Bruno became an official singer when he recorded his first hit song with
Bruno Mars
Nothin' On You by
B.O.B., ft Bruno Mars
On the Billboard Singles Chart 2010

Bruno Mars
released his first major studio album
"Doo - Wops & Hooligans"
on October 5th, for Atlantic Records. This featured number one singles
"Just the Way You Are"
, and
, along with hit song
"Lazy Song"
. The album hit number 3 on the Billboard 200.
Bruno Mars
moved to
Los Angles
shortly after completing high school to pursue his music career. He had written many of his own songs previously, yet he wanted an official record deal to produce music.
Locked Out of Heaven
Inspirational Singer
July 2011
How is Bruno Mars inspiring ?
Bruno started his career in the shadows though his talent was never doubted
He made the most of just writing lyrics rather than complaining
's was always optimistic even when he knew the spotlight wasn't on him
Continued to improve his natural talent regardless of the situation
Door to Motivation

I Can Do It!
Left Motown Records, and started to write his own lyrics
Nominated for 7 Grammy Awards and won Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for “Just the Way You Are”
"To write a song you must have an imagination, to have an imagination you must be free."
Best Song
Premiered on November 10th, 2011

The tone and and meaning of the song expressed the situation many people are experiencing.

The disappointment and regretful feeling after an unsuccessful relationship was a topic a wide range of people could connect to.
Therefore, it was incorporated into a well known movie, and featured in a live Europe tour.
Musical Elements
Tempo & Rhythm
Timbre & Texture
75 bpm

Steady tempo relatively slow songs and lyrics to match theme

Fluent tone with drums for beat in background
Intensity of sound increases right before chorus
Multiple layers of music
If you ever leave me baby,
Leave some morphine at my door
‘Cause it would take a whole lot of medication
To realize what we used to have,
We don’t have it anymore.

Cause there’ll be no sunlight
If I lose you, baby
There’ll be no clear skies
If I lose you, baby
Just like the clouds
My eyes will do the same if you walk away
Everyday it will rain, rain, rain...
Thank You For Your Undivided Attention!
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"Bio." Bruno Mars Official Website. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 June 2013. <http://www.brunomars.com/about>.

"Bruno Mars - It Will Rain Lyrics." Lyrics. Spin Music, n.d. Web. 14 June 2013. <http://www.directlyrics.com/bruno-mars-it-will-rain-lyrics.html>.

Lipshutz, Jason. "Bruno Mars, 'Unorthodox Jukebox': Track-By-Track Review." Billboard. Billboard, 11 Dec. 2012. Web. 14 June 2013. <http://www.billboard.com/articles/review/1481466/bruno-mars-unorthodox-jukebox-track-by-track-review>.
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