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Bruno Mars on Being Selective with Collaborations: 'I Don’t Want to Feel Gross'

Bruno Mars takes the cover of WSJ. Magazine‘s March 2017 Men’s Fashion Issue, on newsstands March 11!

Here’s what the 31-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On his upcoming tour: “I’ve seen Prince and Michael Jackson; those are nights I will remember forever. I’m not doing my job unless I leave a piece of me everywhere I go—if you do the right show, it will stay with people and they’ll tell their kids about it.

On being selective about future collaborations and endorsements: “I just don’t want to feel gross. It’s as simple as that. I don’t want to feel gross, I don’t want to regret any decisions. Even if I turn down a sweet check because I don’t want to be on that billboard, hawking some sh*t to the world—I just don’t need to do that. Because you get one shot at this. I’m not a model. I’m not an ice skater. I’m not a chef. I’m here to do music. And I want to be able to look back and say, ‘Yeah, I did it the way I wanted to do it.’ Whether it triumphs or fails, I can live with that.”

On 24K Magic: “That New Jack Swing sound brought me so much joy as a kid, so we took that on and did our best to try to get that feeling, that effortless fun. If ‘24K Magic’ is supposed to sound like I’m having the time of mylife, you gotta hear me smiling on the record.”

For more from Bruno, visit WSJ.com. More Here! »

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Bruno Mars Performs 'That's What I Like' at 2017 Brit Awards - Watch!

Bruno Mars rocks out on stage during the 2017 Brit Awards!

The 31-entertainer performed his hit song “That’s What I Like” during the awards show on Wednesday night (February 22) at the O2 Arena in London, England.

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showed off his dancing skills during his performance as he got the audience up on their feet to dance along.

You can check out the full list of winners from the night’s awards show here!

Watch Bruno’s full performance below!


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Bruno Mars Pays Tribute to Prince at Grammys 2017 - Watch Now!

Bruno Mars and The Time paid tribute to the late, great artist Prince, singing his hits at the 2017 Grammys.

Bruno and the band played “The Bird,” “Let’s Go Crazy,” and “Jungle Love” in the epic tribute to the artist, who passed last April.

In the audience, several audience members were seen dancing to Bruno‘s performance, including Beyonce!

If you missed it, check out Bruno Mars‘ performance from earlier in the show of his hit “That’s What I Like.”

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Bruno Mars Performs 'That's What I Like' at Grammys 2017 - Watch Now!

Bruno Mars performed his hit song “That’s What I Like” during the beginning of the 2017 Grammys broadcast!

The 31-year-old entertainer also took the stage later to perform a tribute to the late artist Prince – stay tuned for that video on Just Jared.

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“That’s What I Like” is Bruno‘s new song off of his latest album 24K Magic, which is currently available to purchase.

Watch the clip of Bruno Mars singing on stage from the Grammys below…

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Pepsi's LIFEWTR Super Bowl Commercial 2017 Features John Legend's Music! (Video)

John Legend might not be seen in LIFEWTR‘s Super Bowl commercial, but he can be heard through his song “Love Me Now!”

The 38-year-old singer provided the music for the colorful commercial for the new premium water brand from Pepsi.

The commercial is set to air during the first quarter of the big game and John stepped out on Friday (February 3) in Houston, Tex. to celebrate the ad.

Bruno Mars and DJ Khaled performed at the LIFEWTR Art After Dark event and other celebs who stepped out for the party included Cee Lo Green, Erin Andrews, Michael Strahan, and Dak Prescott. See photos in the gallery!


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Bruno Mars Tells 'Latina' Magazine That 'Black Music Means Everything'

Head to toe soul player! Bruno Mars is super duper fresh as he takes the cover of Latina‘s February 2017 issue!

The 31-year-old hit-maker, who is first male to grace the magazine’s cover since Romeo Santos in 2014, discusses his Puerto Rican pride, the important cultural impact of black music, the loss of his mother and more.

On his Puerto Rican pride and how he got his stage name: “Id love to clear that up in Latina magazine. I never once said I changed my last name to hide the fact that I’m Puerto Rican. Why would I f**king say that? Who are you fooling? And why would anyone say that? That’s so insulting to me, to my family. That’s ridiculous. My last name is Hernandez. My father’s name is Pedrito Hernandez, and he’s a Puerto Rican pimp. There’s no denying that. My dad nicknamed me Bruno since I was 2 years old. The real story is: I was going to go by ‘Bruno,’ one name. Mars just kind of came joking around because that sounds bigger than life. That was it, simple as that.”

On the loss of his mother: My life has changed. She’s more than my music. If I could trade music to have her back, I would. I always hear her say, ‘Keep going and keep doing it.’”

On the importance of black music: “When you say ‘black music,’ understand that you are talking about rock, jazz, R&B, reggae, funk, doo-wop, hip-hop, and Motown. Black people created it all. Being Puerto Rican, even salsa music stems back to the Motherland [Africa]. So, in my world, black music means everything. It’s what gives America its swag. I’m a child raised in the ‘90s. Pop music was heavily rooted in R&B from Whitney, Diddy, Dr. Dre, Boyz II Men, Aaliyah, TLC, Babyface, New Edition, Michael, and so much more. As kids this is what was playing on MTV and the radio. This is what we were dancing to at school functions and BBQs. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for these artists who inspired me. They have brought me so much joy and created the soundtrack to my life filled with memories that I’ll never forget. Most importantly, they were the superstars that set the bar for me and showed me what it takes to sing a song that can get the whole world dancing, or give a performance that people will talk about forever. Watching them made me feel like I had to be as great as they were in order to even stand a chance in this music business. You gotta sing as if Jodeci is performing after you and dance as if Bobby Brown is coming up next.”

For more from Bruno, visit Latina.com!

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Grammys 2017: Bruno Mars to Perform!

Bruno Mars has just been added as a performer at the 2017 Grammys, airing on February 12.

The 31-year-old entertainer isn’t the only singer who has been added to the lineup – the Grammys have previously announced Adele, John Legend, Metallica, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban will also take the stage!

This will be Bruno‘s fifth performance at the Grammys.

He’s nominated this year for Album Of The Year for his work on Adele‘s 25.

Be sure to tune into the Grammys on February 12 on CBS with James Corden as host!