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24K Magic

Album by Bruno Mars
2016, 9 tracks, 34 mins 52 sec
      24K Magic
      Official 1
      24K Magic (Live from the American Music Awards 2016)
      Live 1
      24K Magic (Live from The Voice 2016)
      Live 2
      24K Magic (Live from Victoria’s Secret 2016)
      Live 3
      24K Magic (Live from Live Lounge 2016)
      Live 4
      24K Magic (Live from Skavlan 2016)
      Live 5
      24K Magic (Live from Japan 2016)
      Live 6
      24K Magic (Live from SNL 2016)
      Live 7
      24K Magic (Live from MTV EMAs 2016)
      Live 8
      24K Magic (Live from NRJ Music Awards 2016)
      Live 9
      Chunky (Live from the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2016)
      Live 1
      Chunky (Live from Apollo Theater 2017)
      Live 2
      Chunky
      Static Image 1
      Chunky (Remixed by Daft Punk)
      Remix 1
      Chunky (Remixed by NOIZ)
      Remix 2
      Chunky (Remixed by Esentrik)
      Remix 3
      Chunky (Covered by Night Owl Productions Band)
      User Cover 1
      Chunky (Covered by Vania Mariska x Levy)
      User Cover 2
      Chunky (Covered by Gabebondoc)
      User Cover 3
      Chunky (Covered by Marylou Villegas)
      User Cover 4
    3.
      Perm (Live from The Apollo Theater 2017)
      Live 1
      Perm (Live from Rock In Rio 2018)
      Live 2
      Perm
      Static Image 1
      Perm (Remixed by Jul Nako)
      Remix 1
      Perm (Covered by Season)
      User Cover 1
      Perm (Covered by Chives)
      User Cover 2
      Perm (Covered by Justin Swiney)
      User Cover 3
      Perm (Covered by Kei Iwanami)
      User Cover 4
      Perm (Covered by Elysa V)
      User Cover 5
      That’s What I Like
      Official 1
      That’s What I Like (Live from the BRIT Awards 2017)
      Live 1
      That’s What I Like (Live from 59th GRAMMYs 2017)
      Live 2
      That’s What I Like (Live from Charlie Rose 2017)
      Live 3
      That’s What I Like
      Static Image 1
      That’s What I Like (Remixed by PARTYNEXTDOOR)
      Remix 1
      That’s What I Like (Remixed by BLVK JVCK)
      Remix 2
      That’s What I Like (Remixed by Gucci Mane)
      Remix 3
      That’s What I Like (Remixed by Alan Walker)
      Remix 4
      That’s What I Like (Remixed by Cabuizee)
      Remix 5
      Versace On The Floor
      Official 1
      Versace On The Floor (Live from Billboard Music Awards 2017)
      Live 1
      Versace On The Floor (Live from Rock In Rio 2018)
      Live 2
      Versace On The Floor
      Static Image 1
      Versace On The Floor (Remixed by CID)
      Remix 1
      Versace On The Floor (Remixed by DG3)
      Remix 2
      Versace On The Floor (Remixed by ZYN)
      Remix 3
      Versace On The Floor (Remixed by David Guetta)
      Remix 4
      Versace On The Floor (Remixed by WASSUP)
      Remix 5
      Versace On The Floor (Remixed by Wetty)
      Remix 6
      Straight Up & Down
      Static Image 1
      Straight Up & Down (Remixed by Mash 'N)
      Remix 1
      Straight Up & Down (Covered by 7th Ave)
      User Cover 1
      Straight Up & Down (Covered by AJ Rafael ft. Albert Posis & Mark Mejia)
      User Cover 2
      Straight Up & Down (Covered by Running Lights)
      User Cover 3
      Straight Up & Down (Covered by Rachel Sutanto)
      User Cover 4
      Calling All My Lovelies (Live from The Apollo Theater 2017)
      Live 1
      Calling All My Lovelies
      Static Image 1
      Calling All My Lovelies (Covered by Nikki Schepis)
      User Cover 1
      Calling All My Lovelies (Covered by DePaul Men's A Cappella)
      User Cover 2
      Calling All My Lovelies (Covered by Jammin Toast)
      User Cover 3
      Calling All My Lovelies (Covered by Mycah Ellis)
      User Cover 4
      Finesse (Live from the 60th GRAMMYs 2018)
      Live 1
      Finesse
      Static Image 1
      Finesse (Remixed by Cabuizee & Nikki X Trap)
      Remix 1
      Finesse (Remixed by James Hype)
      Remix 2
      Finesse (Remixed by Pink Panda)
      Remix 3
      Finesse (Covered by Chaz Mazzota)
      User Cover 1
      Finesse (Covered by Marylou Villegas)
      User Cover 2
      Finesse (Covered by Mike Tompkins)
      User Cover 3
      Finesse (Covered by Cáthia)
      User Cover 4
      Finesse (Covered by Emma Heesters)
      User Cover 5
      Too Good To Say Goodbye
      Static Image 1
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by The Virginia Gentlemen)
      User Cover 1
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by University of Rochester Midnight Ramblers)
      User Cover 2
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by FEB)
      User Cover 3
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by Christi Colondam)
      User Cover 4
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by Penny Loafers A Cappella)
      User Cover 5
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by Honey and Jude)
      User Cover 6
      Too Good To Say Goodbye (Covered by OLIVE feat. CHOKI&ZACK)
      User Cover 7

Narratives(5)

May 13, 2019

Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic Is 24K Gold

He can sing Pop, Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, disco, rock, R&B, reggae, he can rap, he can dance, he can do everything he proposes in the musical arena, does that make him a good artist? I don't think so, that makes him a genius!!!! I met him from the beginning of his career, and I understood the emphasis on Pop that both he and his manager put because they had to come with a proposal very light and fresh for teenagers, who would become the base of followers that today is faithful. As time went on, his music became more interesting for those of us who were passionate about the arrangements, the instrumentation, the genres that offer greater challenges for the composition and execution of instruments and everything became successful. One of the things I really appreciate about Bruno Mars is the fact of giving so much credit to the musicians in his band. They are not background like in the case of other solo artists, are protagonists in their concerts and videos. I think that Bruno's camaraderie and affection for his band is reflected in the interpretative quality of each of its members when it comes to executing its instrument on each disc. It Is good for an artist to recognize the talent and the loyalty of those around him, in the end, the public will appreciate it because good personal relationships are reflected on the stage. The coexistence between musicians is not easy, but fortunately I think that this situation is surpassed between Bruno and his band. Have passed through our ears The Grenade Sessions, It's Better If You Don't Understand, Doo - Wops & Hooligans, Unorthodox Jukebox and we got to 24K Magic, all this time and up to 2019 we've seen him collaborate with artists as successful as him and, of course, we have witnessed that madness called "Uptown Funk" in which he collaborated with Mark Ronson. There was not a corner of the earth that has not registered the name of Bruno Mars with that song and it is only up to him not to waste all that fame. A man prodigy who gives us in “24K Magic” the same rhythm of "Chunky", that the sweetness of "Straight Up & Down". This easy manner with which he gives the freedom to compose everything that he wants, makes him the most complete artist of the moment. No one can stop feeling seduced by a character with the characteristics of Bruno Mars.

Written by @JorgeDiaz from Electro Arpegio

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Album Info

"24K Magic"

Released

  • Nov 18, 2016

Genres

  • R&B

Label

  • Atlantic

Producer

  • Shampoo Press & Curl (also exec.)
  • The Stereotypes
  • Emile Haynie
  • Jeff Bhasker

Studio

  • Glenwood Place(Burbank, California)

About

24K Magic is the third studio album by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars. It was released worldwide on November 18, 2016, by Atlantic Records. The follow-up to Mars's successful second album, Unorthodox Jukebox (2012), it explores genres similar to those of its predecessor, such as soul and funk, while Mars and his team focused on capturing the R&B sound that was very popular in the 1990s, described by the singer as the reason he fell in love with music in the first place. Recording sessions for the album took place between Fall 2015 and September 2016 at Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California. The production of the album was handled by newly formed production trio Shampoo Press & Curl, consisting of Mars, Brody Brown and Philip Lawrence.
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