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Bruno Mars' 'Moonshine' Premiere - Listen Now!

Bruno Mars' 'Moonshine' Premiere - Listen Now!

Check out this first listen of Bruno Mars‘ brand-new song “Moonshine“!

The song serves as a promotional single off the 26-year-old singer’s upcoming album Unorthodox Jukebox, which will hit stores everywhere on December 11.

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“I’ve been jammin to this song for a while now,” Bruno wrote on his Twitter account. “I hope yall can groove wit me and slide wit me but most important BOK wit me #Moonshine.”

“Moonshine” is available on iTunes NOW!

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Bruno is 27 ;-)

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cam corder @ 11/19/2012 at 11:33 am

lock out of heaven sounds like the police now this sounds like michael jackson..

don’t think this album will be a hit. its a bomb. poor bugger

# 4

Bruno please write some good lyrics your lyrics are weak man, get deep you can do it so just freaking go to another level! Speaking of MJ Bruno could never be MJ so why try just be your won person!

# 5

Now everyone will be saying OMG this sounds like a Michael Jackson’s song, and critics will be like but who is bruno mars, and what kind of an artist he’s, give me a break will you and give him a break too, this boy is trying to do real music with real instruments and his inspirations are the greatest and the legends of music, he’s bringing old music adding his touch and addicitive hooks, there’s nothing wrong with that, it’s milles better than the stupid generic music being played on the radio these days. And I think he named his album Unorthodox for a reason and if that wasn’t clear enough for the critics, he then added another word JUKEBOX, just enjoy the different styles of music for god’s sake. He’s talented and deserves some credit.

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