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Bad Meets Evil (Eminem & Royce Da 5’9) ft. Bruno Mars: Lighters (Music Video)

Eminem and Royce Da 5'9 drop the second official music video off their latest release, the Hell: The Sequel, for the Bruno Mars-assisted hit single "Lighters". In the Rich Lee-directed clip, footage of the Detroit MCs before they made it big is showcased. A blonde Em starts things off, with him sitting on his couch trying to write rhymes; while Royce raps behind bars. Luckily, they escape their pasts, and triumphantly emerge on the other side. Mars shows up in a separate scene, playing the piano to the empowering tune as the sky lights up with lanterns...

Bruno Mars ft. Damian Marley: Liquor Store Blues (Music Video)

Rising Hawaiian superstar, Bruno Mars, has just rolled out a brand new music video for the new single, "Liquor Store Blues" featuring Damian Marley. Both musicians perform amongst clouds of smoke while psychedelic colors mix in with the clip's visuals. Both side-by-side, Mars and Marley drown their sorrows, signing about getting through the day through a bottle. The track is off Mars' debut, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, in stores now...

Bruno Mars Cops Plea In Cocaine Possession Case

Bruno Mars formally entered a guilty plea in a Las Vegas courtroom on Wednesday (February 16) for a possession of a controlled substance charge, stemming from a 2010 arrest. According to TMZ, the singer (real name: Peter Gene Hernandez) pleaded guilty to felony cocaine possession charge as part of a plea deal, which will see the charges dismissed if Grammy Award-winning artist stays out of trouble for 12 months...

Vibe Unveils ‘Pop Music’ Cover With Bruno Mars, B.o.B & Wiz Khalifa

For their February/March issue, Vibe will be dropping a new cover, dubbed "The New Pop Music," featuring rising newcomers Bruno Mars, Wiz Khalifa, and B.o.B. The long-running urban mag just unveiled the cover, featuring the artist trio side-by-side, rocking all black, as the sit atop the pack of the new generation of music. "You may not get why we are calling them 'The New Pop Music' but the truth is each of them has taken their own sound...