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    Bruno Mars Stereotypes

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    Bruno Mars’s real name is Peter Gene Hernandez; he changed it due to the fact he was being stereotyped as a latino artist, and was even asked to consider singing in Spanish. “Bruno” was a childhood nickname given to him by his father, and he chose “Mars” because he felt he need a little extra “pizzazz.” He was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 8, 1985. His father is Peter Hernandez, and was born in Brooklyn, New York, and is of Puerto Rican and Jewish descent. His mother is Bernadette San Pedro

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    Bruno Mars

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    sitting comfortably in your hands? In the song “When I was your Man” by Bruno Mars, he expresses his regret of putting aside a loyal woman. Serving him as a lesson learned, he found the true meaning of appreciation of a good woman. Bruno Mars expresses the consequences of his decisions. Unfortunately, his choices threw away an opportunity that was standing at his door step. This song conveys situations in which Bruno Mars could have done more than he did. Throughout “When I was your Man,” he is

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    folk-rock music and his album “Wanted on Voyage” was the third biggest selling album in the UK last year. george ezra Check out his song Listen to the Man on Youtube. Sir Ian McKellen (from Lord of the Rings) sings with him in the video. 2) BRUNO MARS Bruno Mars is an American singer who was born in Hawaii. He is regarded as one of the most successful male solo-artists in the world.

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    Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, and Bruno Mars are all incredibly talented performers who have served as influential role models in today’s society. While they all share fame and prominence in the media, each performer has impacted diverse areas of pop culture with their distinct style. Each of these Grammy award winners has over 10 million Instagram followers and a spot on Billboard Hot 100. “I’m a Slave 4 U” portrays Spears true image, a bold young girl with a wild side, which wasn’t a common theme

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    Magic Bruno Mars is a world renowned performer, a majority of the songs he has written tend to all have common themes, sex, partying and having a good time. His songs focus primarily on making the audience feel good. Bruno Mars focus his music on brightening others day rather than trying to get his audience to understand something greater. He does this by using a mixture of funk, soul, R&B, ‘80s and ‘90s music, and putting a modern twist on it. Unlike Lady Gaga or Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars songs

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    In Bruno Mars's song, “Grenade”, he uses words, literary devices, and phrases to show the overall theme of disappointment, heartache, and how some people will do crazy things for the people they love, even if it isn’t a two way street. He uses examples to show a possible past relationship where he loved a girl so much that he would do anything, but she did not return the affection. This ties into the theme of disappointment and heartbreak. Bruno Mars uses literary devices, most commonly hyperboles

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    A rare Dancing with the Stars Season 23 proposal happened after Emma Slater, 27, and her partner and beau Sasha Farber, 33, performed Bruno Mars’ “Just the Way You Are” song for their contemporary dance presentation. Definitely, love was in the air when Emma Slater’s long-time best friend and fiancé Sasha Farber surprisingly kneeled one leg in front of her after their awesome dance performance. The show host Tom Bergeron, 61, gave the stage to the Farber and ushered the couple to the center of the

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    display their bravado in the following posts. Mars awakens to the war Here we have the awakening of the true instigator to the ongoing conflict in his world of funky outfits and danceable music. We see the infamous Bruno Mars express his shock and disbelief that two of the most praised women of his fealty seem to have found undesirable tension between each other. As he so eloquently narrates, shit has apparently goten real. And then… Mars challenges Sheeran to battle In response to the

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    Unit 7 Bruno Mars

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    P.5 A. Audience type (use classifications here) – From a primary research task that I led, I found that the main viewers of Bruno Mars’ concluded that the teens/young adults enjoy watching the videos the most as they answered all of the tests questions with a yes. This will be because Youtube is currently a very popular and familiar site for them. Also, the type of music featured in the video is very popular with their age range. With this, we can also pinpoint which part of a socio demographic

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    “Grenade” by Bruno Mars explores the theme of love being a destructive and violent force. The poem’s speaker conveys that love makes him possessive and leads him to the extreme in wanting to commit self-harm. The use of metaphor suggests that love brings pain and creates possessive behaviour. Through repetition, the speaker portrays the extent of pain he is willing to put himself through due to love. In this essay, I examine the use of both metaphor and repetition to argue that the speaker did not

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