Bruno Mars

Awards season is in full swing this fall and now the NAACP Image Awards has just released their nominations for 2017. Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z lead the pack with five nominations each, mostly for their successful albums Strength of a Woman and Jigga’s 4:44. Following their trail is Bruno Mars, Issa Rae, Kendrick Lamar, […]

One of music’s biggest nights is just around the corner and the nominations are finally here. On Thursday, Ciara announced this year’s American Music Awards nods live on Good Morning America, with Bruno Mars leading the pack, scoring eight nominations total — including Artist of the Year and Video of the Year. Catch the 45th […]

Bruno Mars is climbing his way to GOAT status when it comes to his impeccable vocal range. He’s so good that even Beyoncé and Jay-Z took Blue Ivy to see him live during his 24K Magic tor in New York City last month.     Watch the five time Grammy  turn his uptempo hit song […]

Bruno Mars proved over the weekend that his heart is bigger than his hit records. During his Saturday concert in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the singer revealed to the audience that he will be donating $1 million dollars for victims of Flint’s water crisis. Mars said in a statement, “I’m very thankful to the Michigan audience for […]

The 2017 nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards were announced on Instagram Live today. Kendrick Lamar leads the nominations with eight nods for his “HUMBLE” music video. Katy Perry and The Weeknd follow with five nominations. In a new twist, the network announced that it will combine the Best Female Video and Best Male […]

Bruno Mars put on quite a show at the BET Awards on Sunday. While the artist gets tons of praise as an entertainer, some folks can’t help but wonder if it was appropriate for a non-Black person of color to open the awards show. One writer insisted that Bruno is “stealing” from Black culture. Writer […]

Bruno Mars is known for having his music touch people from all over the world, but that hasn't pulled him away from his roots.

Bruno Mars' high energy performance on X-Factor over the weekend isn't the only thing that had people talking.

A 1980's electro funk band claims Mars and Ronson's borrowed from their 1983 hit

Nothing like Saturday Night Live during election season. The show has a long history with producing some of the best parodies of presidential candidates in recent years, and last night was no exception. Last night’s show, hosted by Emily Blunt, had a lot of excellent sketches skewering Donald Trump and taking jabs at Hillary Clinton, […]