Hoda Kotb gave her best Bruno Mars impression last night (April 30) during her performance of “Uptown Funk.”
What is it about this song that makes it so universally adored? Songwriter and producer Mark Ronson tells Radio.com that he has no idea. But he does know the story of how “Uptown Funk” came to be.
“We showed up, and settled down in the land that we now call Izzy.” That would be Israel.
As an exercise in a terrible universe where lawsuits come at the drop of a hat because a song has the same “feel”, here are a bunch of people who could sue for millions for what “Uptown Funk” kinda sounds like:
Just when you thought the need for “Uptown Funk” covers, renditions and parodies had reached critical mass.
Kanye West, obviously still caught up in his feelings following an emotional interview with Zane Lowe, took to his Twitter account to issue public apologies to both Beck and Bruno Mars.
The suit game is on point.
he clip, which has racked up nearly 200,000 views on YouTube shows theater arts teacher Scott Pankey leading a crew of his students through a choreographed one-take dance routine.
DJ Cummerbund has fused together the original track with Savage’s verses from 2003 track, “Hit the Floor,” that appeared on his novelty rap album, Be A Man.
Bruno Mars is known for his incredible singing, catchy songs, and ever so excitable performances. However, you can now add ‘performing with gold curlers’ on that list of things we love about Bruno. Last night […]