Bruno Mars covers the March Edition of the prestigious ‘GQ’ Magazine. During the interview for the magazine, the “When I Was Your Man” singer, talks writing music, getting out of a cocaine bust and much more. Bruno starts the interview discussing single, “Locked Out Of Heaven”, which is heavily influenced by sex. “It feels good to sing about. It feels…sexy. It puts you in a sexy frame of mind. It feels good to pro-ject. Sex is a great party starter. Pretty awesome, right? The verses to me are what really makes that song: Swimming in your water is something spiritual.“
When the crooner was asked about his second album, ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’, which dropped a few weeks ago, he decided to talk about his favorite track, “Gorilla”. “It was just painting a picture—some animalistic sex,” he says. “Instead of me singing ‘You and me having animalistic sex’—which is a terrible lyric.”, he explained. Talking about “Gorilla” leads to Bruno Mars discussing a cocaine bust he was caught up in just as his first single, “Just The Way You Are” climbed to the top of the charts back in 2010, “Can I speak to you honestly, sir? [I’ve] done something foolish but had never used drugs before . . “, ultimately getting the singer out of trouble with just a few hours of community service to serve. “That was a crazy night in Vegas”, he continued. Bruno also discusses growing up, writing the perfect song and so much more! If your a Bruno Mars fan, this is a great interview that you dont want to miss! This Edition of GQ Magazine hits shelfs next Tuesday. Check out Bruno Mars’ “Gorilla” below!