Bruno Mars venture of becoming a billionaire so freaking bad
All the way from Honolulu, Hawaii, before he was internationally known as Bruno Mars, Peter Gene Hernandez revealed his true talent as a half-Puerto Rican and half-Filipino songwriter and artist to the world of music. Growing up with a family of musicians, Bruno Mars didn’t regret having parents who were also endowed to music.
Bruno Mars started off his music career when he was very young. Performing live on stage with artistic performances, he enjoyed singing and impersonating singers whom he recognized them as a brilliant star or legend in the music business. Likewise, he pursued seeking genres of blending reggae and R&B to his music career and recording label deals.
We all have heard of his successful album in 2011 but before his dream came true winning seven Grammys, his breakthrough in songwriting began in 2004 where he signed for Motown Records meeting Ari Levine and Lawrence, and formed the “The Smeezingtons” production. Although he wanted to be step out as a solo artist, meanwhile, he wrote songs for Travie McCoy, Sean Kingston and Adam Levine to their fame under Atlantic records.
Rated by popular demand, in 2009 when free music downloads are becoming trends in music portals, Bruno Mars left Motown Records and decided to record his tracks with other solo artists. It is in Atlantic Records where he was discovered the Best Male Pop Artist.
Tracks like “Billionaire” where he collaborated with Travie McCoy got in the top charts while “Just The Way You Are” sold more than 12 million copies worldwide. The success of “Nothin’ On You” with B.o.B. also became a radio sensational track for music downloads and live stream videos.
From 2010, his record-breaking album ‘Doo-Wops & Hooligans’ scaled up noticeably earning awards for the Best Rap Song and Collaboration. He also did record “Airplanes” with Hayley Williams and performed live in the MTV Video Music Awards in that year on the month of September. The year after his singles featured in various music streams, his track “It Will Rain” was played for the soundtrack of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. The song “Lighters” was also launched w
While Bruno Mars is currently producing and writing songs for various deals, his insights to music genre is somewhat overdriven to intertwine hip-hop, rock and reggae. No wonder fans find his tracks interesting where he utilized the power of modern R&B to drive upbeat of reggae guitar and bass instruments. In Hawaii where reggae genre is commonly played for patriotism, Bruno Mars emphasized on translating whatever he endured as a child to uplift pop music with a sentimental attribute.
With his achievement for being the Best International Male Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards, Bruno Mars will always stand proud not just questing as a “billionaire” artist but also in his victory of influencing reggae to modern pop music.