Bruno Mars is at the top of his game and one of the best singer/songwriters of our generation. He has earned a catalogue of hits and doesn’t seem to be slowing down as he steps into Beyoncé’s shoes to perform at next year’s Super Bowl halftime show. We have outlined five reasons why we believe Bruno Mars is the ultimate talent.


He has the moves

It is safe to say Bruno Mars can really dance. Not only is it slick and effortless but also reminiscent of James Brown signature dance moves. Whenever he performs on stage it is always gets the crowd going. He even won best choreography for his single Treasure at the MTV Video Music Awards, so we’re not the only ones who are in awe of his moves! We look forward to getting tickets to seeing his next performance.

His voice is incredible

Bruno Mars has an amazing voice. It has a soulful tone but also such grit to it. He sounds incredible live and delivers on every performance. He is certainly one the best male vocalists out at the moment!

He makes great records
Grenade, The Lazy Song, Just The Way You Are, Treasure and Locked Out Of Heaven are all undeniably great records and have earned him a string of number ones. Their not only catchy but also beautifully constructed songs that will go down as pop classics. It is no wonder his latest album Unorthodox Jukebox reached number one and his debut, Doo-Wops & Hooligans also went platinum.

His throwback fashion

Bruno Mars has his own unique sense of style and fashion that is unlike any other artist out at the moment. Known for wearing a Fedora hat, the singer tends to look like he has just stepped out of 1950’s. His looks are timeless!

Other artists want to work with him

Katy Perry revealed earlier this week that she would love to work with Bruno Mars. Stating ‘”I always say, ‘When I grow up, I wanna be the female version of Bruno Mars,’ cause he’s so wildly talented in showing everybody that he has so much diversity in him.” We expect collaboration will shortly be in the works after that high praise from Ms Perry.

 Written by Abigail Dede