Album Review: Bruno Mars - Doo Wops amp Hooligans

4 years ago

Bruno Mars became known alongside BOB and Travie McCoy when people already started talking about him, although his name appeared only as a featured artist. Peter Gene Hernandez`s career (as few know Bruno), born on October 8, 1985, had a meteoric rise followed by music lovers and carefully.

Doo Wops & Hooligans is a successful debut album and I am sure there will be many who will agree with me. Even though it has some flaws, they can be forgiven because the album is full of potential hits. Interesting lyrics, catchy instrumental and Bruno Mars great voice emphasizes a bright career ahead of him. Marss smooth tenor voice can "mold" perfectly to any style of music, from meditative ballads to catchy pop-reggae anthems.

His first album was a solid debut with 10 songs almost perfect, Bruno Mars proves us that he`s here to stay in the music industry. The album material is a guilty pleasure for listening for any occasion.

Must listen: Grenade, Just The Way You Are, Marry You, Talking To The Moon, Liquor Store Blues, The Other Side, Runaway Baby.

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