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Bruno Mars is American recording artist known for a blend of various musical styles such as doo-wop, funk, rap and more.
Bruno Mars began his recording career in 2004, when he signed a deal with Motown Records. However, Mars said that the deal went "nowhere."
On July 14th, 2010, Bruno Mars uploaded the first video for his single "The Other Side ft. Cee Lo Green & B.o.B." The song (shown below) received more than 43 million views in just under eight years.
Is Bruno Mars Gay?
Does Bruno Mars Is Gay? refers to an engrish article that investigates whether or not pop singer Bruno Mars is gay.
In 2014, the article, written by Ndoro Alisan, appeared on brunomars.us under the title "The Rumor Come Out: Does Bruno Mars is Gay?" The first paragraph reads:
Bruno Mars is gay is the most discussed in the media in the few years ago. Even it has happened in 2012, but some of the public still curious about what is exactly happening and to be the reason there is a rumor comes out about his gay. At that time he became the massive social networking rumor. The public, especially his fans are shocked. He just came out with his bad rumor which is spread massively. This time is not about his music career, but his bad rumor. The rumor is out of standardize of hoax, according the last reported this singer revealed himself as homosexual. Do you still believe or not, this rumor is really much talked by people even in a person of his fans.
On November 10th, 2014, "Uptown Funk" was released by Sony Music Entertainment as the lead single for for Ronson's fourth studio album Uptown Special. On November 19th, 2014, the MarkRonsonVEVO YouTube channel released the official music video for the song, gaining over 310 million views and 112,900 comments in the first four months (shown below).
Bruno Mars is known for his showmanship and diverse songwriting, mixing various styles and genres. He has won numerous awards, including 11 Grammy Awards.
In 2011, Bruno Mars was named one Time magazine's 100 most influential people. Recording artist B.o.B. described him, "There are a lot of people in this world who can sing and play the piano and guitar. Hell, I sing and play the piano and guitar. But there's something different about Bruno Mars. He has a musicality, a presence in his voice that I've never heard from anyone else."
Since 2017, Bruno Mars has been accused of cultural appropriation on numerous occasions. As a person of Puerto Rican, Filipino and Jewish heritage, many see his use of music created by African American artists as appropriation.
On June 26th, 2017, ahead of Bruno Mars opening performance at the BET awards, writer Jenn M. Jackson posted a Twitter  accusing stating that Mars was appropriation black culture. She writes:
"I really need y'all to stop with this Bruno Mars praise and be more critical about the ways we understand appropriation. Bruno Mars does not identify as Black. Let's get that clear at the outset. He is a non-Black person of color (POC) who has recently decided that singing Funk music is economically productive. These claims that Bruno Mars is "bringing Funk back" are erasive to Black Funk artists who pioneered the tradition. FUNK. NEVER. LEFT. Yes, he gives "credit" to Funk artists on occasion. He also has a primarily white audience which has no memory or care for Black artists. In Bruno's case, 'bringing Funk back' essentially means, "Funk was a Black thing and now I gave it to white people." That's appropriation. I need us to stop relaxing our critical lens to anti-Blackness and appropriation when it is a non-Black POC harming us. The Bruno Mars praise is also patriarchal cause some of y'all were giving Eminem, Justin Timberlake, and Robin Thicke passes too. Stop it. Taking our shit and repackaging it for white people is not innovation. Even if these non-Black ppl sing well, it's appropriation. Period.
On March 8th, 2018, the YouTube  channel The Grapevine published a video, roundtable debate about whether or not Mars is a cultural appropriator. The debate made arguments on both sides of the divide. Within 24 hours, the video has received more than 27,000 views.
Bruno Mars (birth name Peter Gene Hernandez) was born on October 8th, 1985 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Sidelined Chris Martin
Sidelined Chris Martin is a nickname given to the lead singer of the British rock band Coldplay during their performance at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show on February 7th, 2016. Despite being billed as the headliner of the prestigious event, many viewers at home felt that the English singer-songwriter was upstaged by the sheer star power of his American co-performers, Beyonce and Bruno Mars, which quickly gave birth to a slew of jokes mocking Martin as the "third wheel" on stage.
Sleepy Bruno Mars
Sleepy Bruno Mars refers a moment during the 2017 BET Awards when cameras caught recording artist Bruno Mars dozing off. The moment quickly went viral on Twitter, where people used the photo for reactions and image macros.
 Twitter – @JennMJack's Tweet
 YouTube – THE GRAPEVINE | IS BRUNO MARS A CULTURAL APPROPRIATOR? S3EP18
 Bruno Mars – The Rumor Come Out: Does Bruno Mars is Gay?
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