New Music: Bruno Mars – ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’ [Album Stream]

Unorthodox Jukebox

Can’t wait until December 11 to hear Bruno Mars’ Unorthodox Jukebox? The Grammy-winning crooner is letting his fans get a first listen to the entire album one week before its release. Atlantic Records has launched an interactive jukebox where you can stream each track.

The follow-up to Bruno’s 2010 debut Doo-Wops & Hooligans features 10 tracks including “Young Girls,” “Moonshine,” and the top 5 hit “Locked Out of Heaven.”

Mars executive produced the project with his songwriting/production team The Smeezingtons (Mars, Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine), and worked with producers including Jeff Bhasker, Mark Ronson, and Diplo.

“This is me locking myself in the studio and being free recording whatever it is I want to record,” the singer-songwriter told VH1. “Just being inspired by all different styles of music and isn’t that what music should be?”

Listen to Bruno Mars’ Unorthodox Jukebox!



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13 Comments

  1. Nina

    This album’s amazing!!! Was worried that some of the tracks would just be album-fillers, but every song is brilliant. This could definitely be career-defining for Bruno.

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  2. #BEENTRILL

    THIS ALBUM IS EVERYTHING!!! THANK YOU BRUNO.

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  3. whitechocolate

    Great album B. Enjoyed pretty much every single song.

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  4. boom boom

    this is pure art.

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  5. Deidre

    I am in SHOCK! I’m a huge fan of BM and was worried that he wouldn’t be able to surpass the beauty of Doo Wops & Hooligans … but wow, he proved me wrong!

    Parts of “Money Make Her Smile & Natalie” sound very much like Michael Jackson’s “Dangerous.” Great song!

    “Treasure” reminds me a lot of something The Jacksons’ would’ve done in the disco era. Actually, more than that, it reminds me of the track, “Breezy,” with Jermaine on the verses and Michael heavily on the chorus.

    “Gorilla” might as well be a New Age version of Vanity’s “Wild Animal.” My favorite on the album.

    Sensational! Bruno outdid himself this time … can’t wait for the album. Definitely supporting this talent.

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    Lauren Reply:

    @Deidre, Yeah, I agree. “Gorilla” sounds like something Prince would’ve written and sang himself. Loving the blend of genres. I’ve got a feeling UJ is going to be winning him a lot of awards! :)

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  6. HeavyHeavy

    Love the direction and sound of the album. I don’t think it is as commercial as Doo Wops & Hooligans but it shows evolution and pure growth. Wish him the best with this album as it is real fresh music with a touch of old skool nostalgia.

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  7. Ice

    My goodness, this album is a sophomore success! “Treasure” is amazing.

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  8. Gesile

    I agree he surpasses the awesomeness of his first album and o live Gorilla it is his lucky song he could take all the awards because of Gorilla and If I knew I don’t know I’m loving the doo woops sounds plus the piano instrument of When I was your man it is incredible .lastly Natalie a Paul Epworth collaboration it is great tunes too…It is 9.5 rate I must give a score for the Album …

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  9. massiveattack5

    fantastic album, deff must buy!!!

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  10. rasha

    OMG the album is amazing, bruno kept his word, the songs are haunting, fresh and should take his career into a different level, this’s the real talent that his fans knew he had, Gorilla, money makes her smile, treasure, natalie are flawless, and the others are no exception, there’s not one track I didn’t enjoy, proud of him.

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  11. Hugh

    Imma wait and buy it day 1. Which i think is the 7th in AUS

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  12. JMr.ump Pousz

    I Would love to write a song for him but Dope Album

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