Bruno Mars is the relapse king. With that, he's respired new life into pop by supporting the beats and brass that thrives of old hits genre soul, R&B, funk, and jazz into hits like his harmony with Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk."
Now that a new album is en-route, he's clearly cuddling that whole "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" thing, inasmuch as his new single, "Chunky," definitely grooved the grooves of the not-too-far-off past on Saturday Night Live yesterday evening.
While the girls of Saturday Night Live incised Beyoncé's dearest Lemonade for a spoof of Donald and Melania Trump this weekend, melodious guest Bruno Mars brought somewhat a little less intimate to the show: a just out song.
For his second interval, the singer sang "Chunky," a new track that puts a lot of fans love about Mars revealed. He kicked things off begin with the title track off his latest album, "24K Magic," which dropped last week with an accompanying music video.
"Thank you, [NBC]," Mars wrote on Instagram pursuing his return to the SNL stage. This weekend stamps his fourth time as the late-night outline comedy show's musical node, though he pulled a replica duty as host for his 2012 event.
This time, it's less about '70s twangs voices and more around working new jack swing into a track that still give bangs in 2016. "Chunky" has Bruno looking for a love that can both sport some "big ol' hoops" and pay her rent on time, and he mark off his list of perfect lover criteria while exacting that everyone get on the dance floor in the treat.
Bruno also performed the title track from the album, 24K Magic, which is set to drop on November 18.