I remember when the song came out, many were certain it would go to #1, even Top Five. In the end, it ended up staying one week at #11 and dropped down the charts afterwards. So my question is, did What The Hell deserve to smash, or did it have mediocre hit written all over it?
ďIím becoming a little more comfortable in front of the camera. I wasnít used to it before. I was thrown into a new lifestyle and everything I do is kind of filmed or photographed. Iím a private guy. I like to keep to myself. Iím shy, maybe. It gets kind of tricky for me but, Iím beginning to find the fun in it. I donít take myself too seriously so if Iím front of the camera, thatís what youíre going to get, me clowning around."(Bruno Mars)
No. It had a very dated sound. This is the exact reason I don't want Kelly to release "Let Me Down". I feel it would have a similar fate. It doesn't fit in with radio today. And not in a good way.. same with What The Hell. Even Smile..same story. It brought nothing new to the table.
I bopped to both songs. Just can totally see why neither smashed.