Bruno Mars: That’s What I Like, Why We Love This New Clip

Only a few hours ago, Bruno Mars unveiled the clip of “That’s What I Like”. Here’s why we love this new video!
Lucky for you, that’s what I like . Still at the top in the charts, Bruno Mars never ceases to make the actuality. So, if you talk about it today, it’s because the 31-year-old singer has just uploaded his new clip. And we must admit that we are completely fans! Yes, while Loïc Nottet just released the release date of Selfocracy, his first album , Bruno Mars, he offers us a small video that has everything from a nugget. Indeed, after the ultra glittering clip of “24K Magic” , the interpreter of “Uptown Funk” opts for much more lightness with this title. So, If the previous single was illustrated by all the signs of external wealth of a self-respecting crooner, Bruno Mars appears much simpler here . Sunglasses, a wide striped shirt, jogging and sneakers. In short, a Bruno Mars who plays it chill!

And it is this Bruno Mars that we adore! If the lyrics of “That’s What I Like” are ultra sensual , the clip makes us especially want to hug with the songwriter born in Honolulu. But of course, if there is an element of this clip that we love, it is these animations. Ultra playful and not without recalling the visual of the clip of “DANCE” of Justice or that of “Good Life” of Kanye West, the animations of “That’s What I Like” allow Bruno Mars to take pleasure in heart . Alone on the screen, he has the pleasure to imagine a real universe and have fun. Cute and funny, Author of 24K Magic proves once again that it moves like nobody! And while we were told not long ago that the project of common album of Drake and Kanye West is still current , note that Bruno Mars will be in concert in Montpellier on April 8, in Paris on June 5 and 6 And in Lyon on 8 June. And you, what do you think of this new clip?
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