Young Girls are crazy for Bruno Mars and, as it turns out, the pop heavyweight has a weakness for them as well. Assuming the girls in question are of age, you’d think it’d be a match made in heaven—and it would be, if it weren’t for their tendency to break his heart. Coming on the heels of smash-hit lead single Locked out of Heaven, this joint is another of the sweeping, romantically-anguished jams Bruno’s fans have come to know and love. Over a Smeezingtons beat that builds from a spare verse groove to an expansive, string-laced chorus, he laments that “those bright eyed honeys” will inevitably be the death of him. Maybe so, but but I have a feeling that they’ll come out in droves to purchase sophomore set Unorthodox Jukebox when it drops December 11, via Elektra. Click here to pre-order the forthcoming LP!
Written by richard on 11/1/12
Pop sensation Bruno Mars has released Unorthodox Jukebox, his second studio album via Atlantic Records. The follow-up to 2010's Platinum-selling Doo-Wops and Hooligans, the 10-track project comes on the heels of hit lead...
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