‘Leave the Door Open’ song is No.1 on iTunes: Bruno Mars reacted with a ‘Party Mood’ clip and fans went crazy on Twitter

Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak

Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak recently released the music video of their first track ‘Leave the Door Open’ from their Silk Sonic project together and fans are so proud. Check out fans and other celebs reaction here.

Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak, who announced their collaboration last week for Silk Sonic project, have released the music video of their first track from their forthcoming album on March 5, Friday, titled ‘Leave the Door Open’ and fans say it was ‘worth the wait’.

Bruno Mars expressed his happiness with a ‘Party Mood’ video on Twitter

“We locked in and made an album. The band’s called Silk Sonic. First song drops next Friday 3/5,” Bruno tweeted last week on February 26.

The Music video of their song is finally out and is ‘much-loved’ by fans and other celebrities.

Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak’s ‘Leave the Door Open’ Reactions:

Fans who were thrilled and couldn’t keep their feet still to listen to Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak’s first track from Silk Sonic reacted by saying that the song was ‘worth the wait’ and is ‘absolutely-loved’ by them. Fans also said that Bruno is back again to cure the world with his music and they praised the ‘incredible’ tempo and rhythm of the song and dropped heart emojis for his newly released music video. Fans also said that the song is ‘Classic’ and reminded them of 70s and 80s music videos.

The lyrics of the song perfectly fits with the romantic vibe of the track. Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak, with the group can be seen performing the newly crooned track inside a music studio, in their retro-vibe music video. Mars leads the chorus “I’ma leave the door open” as the entire band swings and moves to the silky tone of the song.

Mars’ last album, 2016’s “24K Magic,” resulted in the star winning the triple crown at the 2018 Grammys, where besides album of the year he picked up record of the year for the title track and song of the year for “That’s What I Like.”

Check out the retro-vibes music video of Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak here:

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