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Just his opinion, I think both JT and Bruno delivered two of the most consistent and cohensive records by males of the last YEARS. I play both on a regular basis and can't choose which one I like better.
Hey! I'ma keep running Cause a winner don't quit on themselves 🐝
First of all bruno is done giving other artists smashes, now people care about him and want to hear him sing, I hope he never does that and gives his time to work on another artist's album no matter how big that artist is, and lets not act like Justin is a lyrical genius.
I can't wait til I get you on the floor, good looking
Going out so hot like an Oven
It's so fly & it's mine
Cause she's just like nothing
That I ever seen before
Baby please don't change nothing
Because your face is so original
His failed attempt to tell Jessica she's amazing just the way she is or in her case she was.
And lets not talk about Let the Groove Get In, it's basically Are you comfortable right here repeated a million times in the song.
Overall UJ's songs' lyrics are much much better, they might not be poetic or mind blowing but they are well written and tell a story.
Anyway Perez is just a loser and he is always looking for trouble.
The 18-time Grammy Award nominee and Multi-Grammy winner has sold over 130 million singles worldwide. His two albums Unorthodox Jukebox and Doo-Wops & Hooligans have a combined certification total of 84x Platinum worldwide. Mars scored his first five "Hot 100" No. 1s faster than any male since Elvis Presley. As a singer, songwriter and producer, Mars has an impressive catalog of 23 "Hot 100" hits. At the top of 2014, Mars made NFL history with the most watched Super Bowl Halftime Show that amassed a record breaking 115.3 million viewers—all while being the youngest artist ever to serve as the sole NFL Super Bowl Halftime headliner. Bruno and his eight-piece band The Hooligans recently wrapped the second leg of their sold-out 155-date Moonshine Jungle world tour, which has sold over 2 million tickets worldwide