It's been four years since Bruno Mars released a new album but it hasn't stopped his work. With two Super Bowl halftime performances and his collaboration with Mark Ronson, "Uptown Funk" being the biggest-selling song in the last few years, Mars is set up for greatness. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Mars talks about what he's going through to create his fourthcoming album "24k Magic", which is due to release on November 25th. Mars says “Coming off the biggest song of my career, it was super-daunting to come in here(the studio).I don’t know if people are going to love this shit. I don’t know if radio is going to play it. But what I don’t want to have happen is I put it out and say, ‘Damn it, if I’d just done this and this, maybe it would have had a shot.'”
Mars goes on to say that he wants his album to re-create the feeling of the R&B he fell in love with as a kid. "There's nothing more joyous for me than those school dances," Mars says. "Slow-dancing at the Valentine's Day banquet with the girl you have a crush on, and the DJ spins 'Before I Let You Go,' by Blackstreet. And the shit is magical, and you think about it for the next eight months."
In the interview he Bruno Mars goes on to talk about collaborating with Skrillex and James Fauntleroy. Read more HERE