Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Bruno Mars

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Peter Gene Hernandez (born October 8, 1985)

Quick Facts

  • NAME: Bruno Mars
  • OCCUPATION: Songwriter, Singer
  • BIRTH DATE: October 08, 1985 (Age: 26)
  • EDUCATION: Roosevelt High School
  • PLACE OF BIRTH: Honolulu 
  • Originally: Peter Gene Hernandez 

 

 

Singer-songwriter Bruno Mars was born on October 8, 1985, in Honolulu, Hawaii. By the late 2000s, he started finding success by writing songs for other popular artists such K'Naan's "Wavin' Flag," the theme song for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. After several years as one of the pop music's premier songwriters, he broke out as a singer in his own right with the 2010 hit "Nothin' on You."

Early Life/Perjalanan Hidup

Singer, songwriter. Born as Peter Gene Hernandez on October 8, 1985, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Bruno Mars grew up in a very musical family.
His father, Pete, was a Latin percussionist from Brooklyn, and his mother, Bernadette ("Bernie"), was a singer.
Mars received his nickname, Bruno, while he was still a baby. "The name Bruno came from baby times," older sister Jamie explains.
"Bruno was always so confident, independent, really strong-willed and kind of a brute — hence the name Bruno, and it kind of just stuck."
In Waikiki Beach, Mars' family performed a Las Vegas-style revue that included Motown hits, doo-wop melodies and celebrity impersonations.

Growing up around entertainers, Mars began picking up musical instruments from early childhood. "I've always had a drum set, a piano, a guitar... and never got trained to play.
It was just always there, he recalls. That's just how I learned, just being surrounded by it my whole life.
" At the age of four, he joined the family musical act as an Elvis impersonator and quickly become one of the stars of the show.
He continued to perform with his family throughout his childhood, and as he approached adolescence he added Michael Jackson to his impersonation repertoire.
Mars attended Roosevelt High School, where he and several friends formed a band, The School Boys, performing classic oldie hits alongside his family's act at the Ilikai Hotel in Honolulu.
Mars credits his fearless stage presence to his unusual childhood.

"Performing from such a young age just got me so comfortable on stage," he says.
"Growing up performing — that was normal for me. Everyone in my family sings, plays instruments. It's what we do."
After graduating from high school in 2002, Mars decided to leave Hawaii for Los Angeles at age 17. During his first few years in California, he struggled to make a breakthrough in the music industry. And especially because he had performed so frequently while growing up in Honolulu, Mars grew frustrated with waiting for his career to move forward. It was during this period that Mars first turned to songwriting.
"I only started writing songs when I moved up to L.A., because when I was in Hawaii I never really needed to,"

he recalls.
"But it stemmed from just learning that you have to do everything by yourself. It's not like what you see in movies, where you walk into a record company and you're given all these great songs to sing. You have to write the song the world is going to want to hear and play it over and over again. I learned that the hard way here in L.A."

Quotes

"Everything's good right now.
It's really paying off because
now my songs are on the radio.
It took me a while to finally get it,
but when I got it, I think I got it right. 
And I'm very proud of how 
my songs are representing me as an artist."
Bruno Mars
 

Career Breakthrough/Awal Dari Career

A friend introduced Mars to songwriter Phillip Lawrence, who agreed to help Mars compose material. They presented a song they had written and recorded to a record label, who liked it but wanted one of their own artists to perform it. Mars recalls, "We were so broke and struggling, we had to do what we had to do, so we ended up selling the song." Initially Mars was disappointed, but he says, "The light bulb went off. I decided to push the artist thing aside and get into the business this way. We can write songs and produce songs, so we just really focused our energy into writing for other artists. That's how it all began." By the late 2000s, Mars started finding success by writing songs for other popular artists such as Flo Rida's smash hit "Right 'Round," Brandy's "Long Distance," Travie McCoy's "Billionaire" and K'Naan's "Wavin' Flag," the theme song for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
After several years as one of the pop music industry's premier songwriters, Mars finally broke out as a singer in his own right with the 2010 hit "Nothin' on You." The song was written for the Atlantic Records rapper B.o.B., but the record label decided to enlist Mars himself to croon the heartfelt chorus. The track proved an enormous hit, skyrocketing to No. 1 on the Billboard singles chart, instantly transforming Bruno Mars from a behind-the-scenes composer into a pop performer. Several months later, Mars released his first solo single, "Just the Way You Are," another single that landed the artist on top of the Billboard singles chart. The track served as the lead single for Mars' debut studio album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, released in October 2010. The album reached No. 3 on Billboard's album charts, and its second single, "Grenade," also cracked the top 10 on the singles chart.
With his formula of combining catchy pop melodies, hip-hop beats and feel-good lyrics, Bruno Mars has emerged as a popular artist. And after a lifetime of striving to reach the top of the music industry, Mars is now trying to enjoy the moment. "Everything's good right now," he says. "It's really paying off because now my songs are on the radio. It took me a while to finally get it, but when I got it, I think I got it right. And I'm very proud of how my songs are representing me as an artist."

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Fast Link Download :
Bruno Mars Song's
Blog Soundtrack : (Bruno Mars : The Other Side)
Bruno Mars : It Will Rain
Bruno Mars : Marry You
Bruno Mars : Liquor Store Blues Feat. Damian Marley
Bruno Mars : Grenade
Bruno Mars : Just The Way You Are
Bruno Mars : Billionaire Feat. Travie McCoy
Bruno Mars : Lazy Song
Bruno Mars : Lighters Feat. Bad Meets Evil's
Bruno Mars : Nothin On You Feat. BOB
Bruno Mars : Count On Me  <-- My Favourite Song's
Bruno Mars : Talking To The Moon
Bruno Mars : All She Knows
Bruno Mars : Move On
Bruno Mars : Click Clack Away Feat. Diggy Simmon

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