Bruno Mars appears to have mastered the art of being omnipresent and illusive all at once.
Indeed, for as much of a resident as he is in the upper echelon of the charts, he evades controversy and tabloid columns with wizard-like precision.
He isn’t one to shy away from tricky topics, though, as is apparent in the latest issue of Latina Magazine.
Born to a Filipina/Spanish mom and Puerto Rican/Jewish father, Mars is more than aware of the response to the ambiguity of his look, sound, and stage name.
In this intriguing feature interview, he skilfully and candidly addresses some of the critique levelled his way.
Bruno, in his own words, below…