Bruno Mars Channels Reggae for Track on New Album

Written by on December 14, 2012 in Caribbean, Music, Puerto Rico with 0 Comments

Bruno_Mars_-_Pub_5_-_Sebastian_Kim_2011Bruno Mars pays true homage to some of the “lovers rock reggae singers of time’s past and present with one of his tracks, “Show Me,” off his new album, Unorthodox Jukebox.

Pairing his writing team, The Smeezingtons, with Supa Dups and his Black Chiney production partner, Mitchum “Khan” Chin, the reggae track channels a sexy, simmering vibe.

Mars previously collaborated with the Dups team and Damien Marley on his first album, DooWops and Hooligans, with “Liquor Store Blues.”

Hey Bruno, how about a remix? I think Gyptian or Damien Marley would be good picks.

Listen to the track below:

Unorthodox Jukebox was released December 6th. Get it on iTunes here.

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