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Bruno Mars, a Grammy Award winning artist now has five Diamond Certified Singles. According to NextShark, Mitch Glazier, Chairman and CEO of Atlantic Records said that “fewer than 60 Diamond Single Awards have ever been awarded — and Bruno now has five of them!” RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) made the announcement last weekend congratulating him on the achievement. For a single to be Diamond Certified, it means it sold and streamed over 10 million copies. Bruno Mars' Diamond Certified singles include a few of songs you might know:

• Just the Way You Are is twelve times multi-platinum
• Uptown Funk! is eleven times multi-platinum
• When I Was Your Man is also eleven times multi-platinum
• Grenade and That’s What I Like are ten times multi-platinum

Atlantic Records Chairman and CEO, Mitch Glazier continued to congratulate the iconic artist.
“Congratulations to Bruno Mars – the first artist with five Diamond Single Awards in the history of RIAA’s Gold and Platinum Program!  This milestone is a testament to Bruno’s unstoppable creative genius and the incredible partnership he has built with the team at Atlantic Records...What Bruno has accomplished is just extraordinary”

Bruno expressed his gratitude to his team and of course the Hooligans. He's right that he's only begun as now he ventures with Anderson .Paak into Silk Sonic. Their first single, Leave the Door Open continues to top the charts as it spent another week at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking Bruno Mars’ eighth #1 track on the Hot 100. BRB while we pull up our Bruno playlist to celebrate!

He'll also be heading back to the Las Vegas strip this summer with 6 shows at the Park MGM. Tickets are on sale at

Cover Photo Credit: Bruno Mars Facebook

Bruno Mars is heading back to the Las Vegas strip this summer! Just announced, he's the first Vegas resident headliner to announce coming back to the stage. It'll be a hot show so don't slack and grab your tickets! Since the pandemic, live entertainment came to stop just like the rest of the world. However as things slowly start to re-open, artists like Mars are ready to bring music back. So are we!

The Grammy Award-winning artist is set to light up the stage Fourth of July weekend along with more dates. All performances will take place at Park MGM.

"...thrilled to hear he is returning to Park MGM to do what he does best – entertain with that high energy and passion that is unmatched on the stage.”

George Kliavkoff, MGM Resorts’ President of Entertainment & Sports

According to Las Vegas Weekly, Mars began his residency at Park Theater in 2016 and last performed there in early March 2020. He donated $1 million last year to an emergency relief fund for MGM Resorts employees. “The opportunity to relaunch our Las Vegas entertainment offerings with Bruno Mars, one of the music industry’s iconic superstars, is a moment we’ve all been anticipating for more than a year,” said George Kliavkoff, MGM Resorts’ President of Entertainment & Sports.

Ticket go on sale to the general public on April 30th at 10am PT at

More recently, Bruno Mars along with Anderson .Paak formed R&B duo, Silk Sonic. They took everyone by surprise by releasing their debut single, Leave the Door Open. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart earlier this month and gives him his eighth No. 1 song and Anderson .Paak earns his first. Silk Sonic also performed the song live at the Grammy Awards this year.

Cover Photo Credit: Bruno Mars Facebook

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