American singer Bruno Mars stated that he, like most different singers, takes inspiration from the music greats.
“I’m growing up as a kid, watching Bobby Brown [and] saying, ‘OK, if that’s what it takes to make it, then I’ve got to learn how to do the running man, I’ve got to learn how to do the moonwalk,'” the 35-year-old singer instructed Charlamagne tha God throughout an interview on Breakfast Membership on March 5.
He stated, “This music comes from love, and if you cannot hear that, then I do not know what to inform you.”
Replying to a query, the “24K Magic” singer stated he had been speaking concerning the earlier entertainers in every of his interviews. He highlighted, “And the one motive why I am right here is due to James Brown, is due to Prince, Michael [Jackson]—that is the one motive why I am right here.”
Taking the new subject head-on, the Grammy winner identified that like most artists on the market, he takes his inspiration from the music greats.
He stated, “It’s not a secret. We wear the inspiration on our sleeves. What is the point if us, as musicians, can’t learn from the guys that’ve come before us? What did they do?”
His Silk Sonic accomplice, Anderson was additionally current through the interview.
Bruno kicked up the controversy about “his racial ambiguity to cross genres” in music in 2018. His mom is a Filipino and his dad is Puerto Rican and Jewish.
Watch Bruno Mars interview right here: