List of songs recorded by Bruno Mars

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Bruno Mars on stage singing into a microphone
Mars performing in Houston, Texas on November 24, 2010

American singer songwriter Bruno Mars has recorded songs for three studio albums, one extended play (EP) and three soundtrack albums. He has also featured as a guest artist and provided background vocals to other songs. After an unsuccessful contract with Motown Records and a fruitless conversation with will.i.am's management, Mars signed with Atlantic Records in 2009.[1][2][3] He came to prominence as a composer for other artists with Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine, who called themselves the Smeezingtons.[4] They composed B.o.B's "Nothin' on You" (2009), and Travie McCoy's "Billionaire" (2010); Mars sang on their choruses.[3][4]

The Smeezingtons composed Mars' debut EP, It's Better If You Don't Understand, released in May 2010, and his debut studio album Doo-Wops & Hooligans, released in October 2010.[5][6] The album included the songs "Just the Way You Are", "Grenade", "Runaway Baby" and "The Lazy Song". It featured collaborations with Damian Marley, B.o.B and CeeLo Green, and the songs included on the EP, "Somewhere in Brooklyn", "The Other Side", "Count On Me" and "Talking to the Moon". Mars' love for doo-wop music inspired the album which is primarily a pop, reggae pop and R&B record.[7][8][9] In 2011, Mars appeared as a featured artist on Bad Meets Evil's "Lighters" and Lil Wayne's "Mirror". He has contributed songs to soundtracks: "It Will Rain" for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, "Young, Wild & Free" by Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa for Mac & Devin Go to High School and "Welcome Back" for Rio 2.

Mars' second studio album Unorthodox Jukebox, released in December 2012, included the tracks "Locked Out of Heaven", "When I Was Your Man", "Treasure" and "Moonshine". The Smeezingtons collaborated with other producers, including Mark Ronson, Jeff Bhasker and Emile Haynie, to create a disco, funk, pop, reggae, and rock album.[10][11][12] Lyrically, it showcases traditional notions of romance, male chauvinism, and sexuality.[12] In 2014, Ronson's single, "Uptown Funk", featured Mars. Shampoo Press & Curl, a production trio formed by Mars, Lawrence and Christopher Brody Brown, composed the tracks on his third studio album, 24K Magic, released in November 2016.[13][14] It included the songs "24K Magic", "That's What I Like", and a remix of "Finesse" featuring Cardi B. Funk, pop and R&B influenced the creation of this album, which involves subjects of money and sex.[11][15]

Songs[edit]

B.o.B performing with a michrophone.
B.o.B collaborated with Mars on "Nothin' on You" and "The Other Side".[6][16]
Greyscale image of Diplo looking to the camera.
Diplo co-wrote "Bubble Butt", "Liquor Store Blues" and "Money Makes Her Smile".[6][10][17]
K'naan at Tribeca Film Festival 2010
K'naan was one of the co-writers of "Bang Bang", "Wavin' Flag" and "The Lazy Song".[6][18]
Mark Ronson with headphones.
Mark Ronson was among the co-writers of "Gorilla", "Moonshine", "Uptown Funk" and "Feel Right".[10][19][20]
Cardi B live at Openair Frauenfeld 2019
Mars collaborated with Cardi B on "Finesse" and "Please Me".[21][22]
Travis Mccoy warped 08.jpg
Mars featured on Travie McCoy's songs "Billionaire" and "One At a Time".[23][24]
The Stereotypes (Santa Monica).
The Stereotypes were among the co-writers of "3D", "That's What I Like and "Finesse".[13][25]
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Name of song, featured performers, writer(s), original release, and year of release
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Album Year Ref.
"6 AM" dagger[a] Bueno Bueno
Bruno Mars
Jonathan Yip
Ray Romulus
Jeremy Reeves
Can't Knock The Hustle 2009 [28]
"24K Magic" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"3D" Far East Movement featuring Bruno Mars Jonathan Yip
Ray Romulus
Jeremy Reeves
Peter Hernandez
Kevin Nishimura
James Roh
Jae Choung
Animal 2009 [25]
"Available" # Flo Rida featuring Akon Tramar Dillard
William Adams
Aliaune Thiam
Harold Clayton
Sigidi Abdullah
R.O.O.T.S. 2009 [29]
"Bang Bang" # K'naan featuring Adam Levine Keinan Abdi Warsame
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Troubadour 2009 [18]
"Billionaire" Travie McCoy featuring Bruno Mars Travie McCoy
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Lazarus 2010 [23]
"Bubble Butt"[b] Major Lazer featuring Bruno Mars, Tyga & Mystic Thomas Pentz
David Taylor
Bruno Mars
Michael Stevenson
Mystic
Free the Universe 2013 [17]
"Blow" Ed Sheeran, Chris Stapleton and Bruno Mars Ed Sheeran
Chris Stapleton
Bruno Mars
Brody Brown
Frank Rogers
J.T. Cure
Bard McNamee
Gregory McKee
No.6 Collaborations Project 2019 [31]
"Calling All My Lovelies" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
Emile Haynie
Jeff Bhasker
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Can't Come Back to Me"[c] Layzie Bone featuring Bruno Mars Steven Howse Mo Thug Boss 2012 [33]
"Chunky" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
James Fauntleroy
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Count On Me" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Feel Right" # Mark Ronson featuring Mystikal Mark Ronson
Michael Tyler
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Brody Brown
Nick Movshon
Homer Steinweiss
Thomas Brenneck
Uptown Special 2014 [20]
"Finesse"[d] Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
James Fauntleroy
Johnathan Yip
Ray Romulus
Jeremy Reeves
Ray McCullough II
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Forever Valentine" # Charlie Wilson Charlie Wilson
Bruno Mars
Dernst Emile II
Johnathan Yip
Ray Romulus
Jeremy Reeves
Ray McCullough II
Micah Powell
Seth Reger
TBA 2020 [34]
"Gorilla" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Grenade" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Brody Brown
Claude Kelly
Andrew Wyatt
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Her World Goes On" dagger[e] Justin Michael & Kemal Bruno Mars
Justin Michael
Kemal Golden
Non-album single 2010 [36]
"If I Knew" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"It Will Rain" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 2011 [37]
"Just the Way You Are" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Khalil Walton
Needlz
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Leave the Door Open" Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak Bruno Mars
Anderson Paak
Christopher Brody Brown
Dernst Emile II
An Evening with Silk Sonic 2021
"Lighters" Bad Meets Evil featuring Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Marshall Mathers
Ryan Montgomery
Roy Battle
Hell: The Sequel 2011 [38]
"Liquor Store Blues" Bruno Mars featuring Damian Marley Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Dwayne Chin-Quee
Mitchum Chin
Damian Marley
Thomas Pentz
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Locked Out of Heaven" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Love"[f] Jaeson Ma featuring Bruno Mars Jaeson Ma
Peter Hernandez
Glory 2010 [40]
"Marry You" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Mirror" Lil Wayne featuring Bruno Mars Dwayne Carter
Peter Hernandez
Philip Lawrence
Ramon Owen
Tha Carter IV Deluxe edition 2011 [41]
"Money Make Her Smile" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Christopher Brown
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Moonshine" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Andrew Wyatt
Jeff Bhasker
Mark Ronson
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Natalie" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Benjamin Levin
Paul Epworth
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Nothin' on You" B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars Bobby Simmons, Jr.
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray 2009 [16]
"Old & Crazy" Bruno Mars featuring Esperanza Spalding Bruno Mars
Jeff Bhasker
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"One At a Time" dagger Travie McCoy Travie McCoy
Peter Gene Hernandez
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Non-album single 2009 [24]
"One Day" # Matisyahu Matthew Miller
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Light 2009 [42]
"Our First Time" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Dwayne Chin-Quee
Mitchum Chin
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Perm" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
James Fauntleroy
Homer Steinweiss
Trevor Lawrence, Jr.
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Please Me" Bruno Mars, Cardi B Bruno Mars
Belcalis Almanzar
James Fauntleroy
Johnathan Yip
Ray Romulus
Jeremy Reeves
Ray McCullough II
Non-album single 2019 [22]
"Runaway Baby" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Silk Sonic Intro" Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak Bruno Mars
Anderson Paak
Dernst Emile II
An Evening with Silk Sonic 2021
"Show Me" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Dwayne Chin-Quee
Mitchum Chin
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Somewhere in Brooklyn" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Straight Up & Down" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
Faheem Najm
Carl Martin
Marc Gay
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Sugar, Cocoa and Honey" Bigg Gipp featuring Bruno Mars [g] Mr. Get Down 2014 [43]
"Talking to the Moon" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Albert Winkler
Jeff Bhasker
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"Tears Always Win" # Alicia Keys Alicia Keys
Jeff Bhasker
Bruno Mars
Phillip Lawrence
Girl on Fire 2012 [44]
"That's What I Like" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
James Fauntleroy
Johnathan Yip
Ray Romulus
Jeremy Reeves
Ray McCullough II
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"The Lazy Song" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
K'naan
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"The Other Side" Bruno Mars featuring B.o.B & Cee Lo Green Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Brody Brown
Mike Caren
Patrick Stump
Kaveh Rastegar
John Wicks
Jeremy Ruzumna
Joshua Lopez
Bobby Simmons, Jr.
Doo-Wops & Hooligans 2010 [6]
"This Is My Love"[h] Gold 1 featuring Bruno Mars & Jaeson Ma David Kolodziej
Jaeson Ma
Marc Zibung
Michel Schuhmacher
Stephen Singer
Giorgilli Giovanbattista
Non-album single 2012 [45]
"Too Good to Say Goodbye" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
Jeff Bhasker
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Treasure" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Phredley Brown
Thibaut Berland
Christopher Khan
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [46]
"Uptown Funk" Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars Mark Ronson
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Jeff Bhasker
Nicholas Williams
Devon Gallaspy
Lonnie Simmons
Charles Wilson
Ronnie Wilson
Robert Wilson

Rudolph Taylor
Uptown Special 2014 [19]
"Versace on the Floor" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Christopher Brody Brown
James Fauntleroy
24K Magic 2016 [13]
"Wait for You" # Sugababes Fernando Garibay
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Sweet 7 2010 [47]
"Walls Come Down" Keke Palmer featuring Bruno Mars Steven Battey
Carlos Battey

Fernando Garibay
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Awaken Reloaded 2011 [48]
"Wake Up in the Sky" Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars and Kodak Black Radric Davis
Peter Hernandez
Bill Kapri
Chance Youngblood
Dwan Avery
Jeff LaCroix
Evil Genius 2018 [49]
"Watching Her Move" dagger Justin Michael and Blake Reary Justin Michael
Bruno Mars
Blake Reary
Non-album single 2009 [50]
"Wavin' Flag"[i] # K'naan Keinan Abdi Warsame
Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Jean Daval
Troubadour 2009 [18]
"Welcome Back" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
John Powell
Rio 2 2014 [51]
"We'll Be Alright" # Travie McCoy Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Jeremy Reeves
Ray Romulus
Jonathan Yip
Rob Coombes
Danny Goffey
Mick Quinn
Lazarus 2010 [23]
"When I Was Your Man" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Andrew Wyatt
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [10]
"Young Girls" Bruno Mars Bruno Mars
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Jeff Bhasker
Emile Haynie
Mac Davis
Unorthodox Jukebox 2012 [52]
"Young, Wild & Free" Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa featuring Bruno Mars Calvin Broadus
Cameron Thomaz
Peter Hernandez
Philip Lawrence
Ari Levine
Christopher Brown
Keenon Jackson
Tyrone Griffin
Nye Lee
Marlon Borrow
Marquise Newman
Ted Bluechel
Max Bennett
Larry Carlton
John Guerin
Joe Sample
Tom Scott
Mac & Devin Go to High School 2011 [53]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Bruno Mars was not credited as a featured artist on the first release of "6AM".[26] In 2012, he was credited on Bueno's mixtape Maloof Money, Vol. 3 (Executive Decisions).[27]
  2. ^ A remix featuring 2 Chainz was released in May 2013. 2 Chainz wrote his own parts and is only credited as a writer and as a vocalist on the remixed single version.[30]
  3. ^ Bruno Mars was credited as a featured artist on the first release of "Can't Come Back to Me" in 2012.[32] In 2016, the song was included on Layzie Bone's Mo Thug Boss with Mars' vocals not credited.
  4. ^ A remix version featuring Cardi B was released as a single and it is only included on the deluxe edition of 24K Magic. Cardi B wrote her own parts with Klenord Raphael and is only credited as a writer and as a vocalist on the single version.[21]
  5. ^ Mars' vocals are not credited.[35]
  6. ^ Mars was not credited as a featured artist on the first release of "Love".[39] He was credited on the album Glory.[40]
  7. ^ "Sugar, Cocoa and Honey" does not have songwriter credits.
  8. ^ "This Is My Love" embodies portions of the compostion entitled "Love" written and performed by Jaeson Ma and Mars.
  9. ^ Various versions of this song were released featuring different lyrics and composition from the original version.[18]

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