“When we’re in the studio what are our muses? Alcohol. Lot’s of it. And candy bars. And we like wild animals running around…” Bruno Mars jests with a straight face.
This, along with an awful imitation of a British accent and various outbursts, sets the tone for our hilarious interview in which he talks about how he came to write hits for other artists before his own material was released, working with B.o.B and Travie McCoy, his admiration for Cee-Lo Green and his own versatility as a songwriter – soon to be heard on his debut album, Doo-Wops and Hooligans. – Soul Culture