24K Magic

~ Release by Bruno Mars (see all versions of this release, 19 available)

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
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124K Magic
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
additional producer:
The Stereotypes (R&B/hip hop/dance production team)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
guitar:
Dave Foreman
talkbox:
Byron “Mr. Talkbox” Chambers and Bruno Mars (US singer)
background vocals:
Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
part of:
Grammy Award: Record of the Year nominees (number: 2018 winner)
recording of:
24K Magic
writer:
Christopher Brody Brown, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
publisher:
BMG Rights Management (see annotation) (from 2016 to present), Late 80’s Music (from 2016 to present), Mars Force Songs, LCC (from 2016 to present), Universal Music Publishing (use ONLY if no country‐specific information is available) (from 2016 to present), WB Music Corp. (1929–2019) (from 2016 to present) and ZZR Music, LCC (from 2016 to present)
3.653:46
2Chunky
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
additional drum machine [drum] programming:
The Stereotypes (R&B/hip hop/dance production team)
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons), Lisenny and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Chunky
writer:
Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (from 2016 to present), BMG Rights Management (see annotation) (from 2016 to present), Fauntleroy Music (from 2016 to present), Late 80’s Music (from 2016 to present), Mars Force Songs, LCC (from 2016 to present), Universal Music Publishing (use ONLY if no country‐specific information is available) (from 2016 to present), WB Music Corp. (1929–2019) (from 2016 to present) and ZZR Music, LCC (from 2016 to present)
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3Perm
additional recording engineer:
Ken Lewis (recording engineer and mixer) (horn [horns])
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
additional horn [horns]:
Ken Lewis (recording engineer and mixer)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Homer Steinweiss
horn [horns]:
Dwayne Dugger, Jimmy King (American trumpeter) and Kameron Whalum
background vocals:
Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Perm
writer:
Christopher Steven Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons), Trevor Lawrence, Jr. (R&B/hip hop drummer/musician), Bruno Mars (US singer) and Homer Steinweiss
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (from 2016 to present), BMG Platinum Songs (from 2016 to present), BMG Rights Management (see annotation) (from 2016 to present), EMI Blackwood Inc. (1989-07-24–present) (from 2016 to present), Extraordinaire Music (from 2016 to present), Fauntleroy Music (from 2016 to present), Late 80’s Music (from 2016 to present), Mars Force Songs, LCC (from 2016 to present), Music of Big Deal (from 2016 to present), Songs of Sofab Music (from 2016 to present), Universal Music Publishing (use ONLY if no country‐specific information is available) (from 2016 to present), WB Music Corp. (1929–2019) (from 2016 to present) and ZZR Music, LCC (from 2016 to present)
1.53:30
4That’s What I Like
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
co-producer:
The Stereotypes (R&B/hip hop/dance production team)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
drums (drum set) [live drums]:
Eric "E-Panda" Hernandez
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
That's What I Like
writer:
Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons), Bruno Mars (US singer), Ray McCullough, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus and Jonathan Yip
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), BrazzRecords, Fauntleroy Music, Late 80’s Music, Mars Force Songs, LLC, Music for Milo, Must Be Lucky, Please Enjoy the Music, Ra Charm Music, Sony/ATV Songs LLC, Sumphu, Underdog West Songs, Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label), WC Music Corp. and Westside Independent Music Publishing LLC
3.53:27
5Versace on the Floor
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
solo keyboard:
Greg Phillinganes
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Versace on the Floor
writer:
Christopher "Brody" Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Fauntleroy Music, Late 80’s Music, Mars Force Songs, LLC, Underdog West Songs, WB Music Corp. (1929–2019), Westside Independent Music Publishing LLC and ZZR Music, LCC
34:21
6Straight Up & Down
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") and Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
samples:
Baby I’m Yours by Shai (R&B soul quartet)
recording of:
Straight Up & Down
writer:
Christopher Brody Brown, Faheem Najm, James Fauntleroy, Marc Gay (American singer-songwriter), Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons), Bruno Mars (US singer) and Carl Martin (Former Shai member)
publisher:
Almo Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Cameo Appearance by Ramses Music, Fauntleroy Music, Gasoline Alley Music, Late 80’s Music, Mars Force Songs, LLC, Nappy Boy Publishing, Inc., Petrol Lane Music, Songs of Universal, Inc., Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Universal Music Publishing (use ONLY if no country‐specific information is available), WB Music Corp. (1929–2019), Yppahc Music and ZZR Music, LCC
2.753:18
7Calling All My Lovelies
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Jeff Bhasker, Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile") and Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Calling All My Lovelies
writer:
Jeff Bhasker, Christopher "Brody" Brown, James Fauntleroy, Emile Haynie (hip hop producer, aka "Emile"), Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Peter Hernandez (US singer)
publisher:
Almo Music Corporation (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Fauntleroy Music, Heavycrate Publishing, Late 80’s Music, Mars Force Songs, LLC, Songs of Universal, Inc., Sony/ATV Songs LLC, Underdog West Songs, Universal Music Corporation (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Way Above Music, WB Music Corp. (1929–2019) and Westside Independent Music Publishing LLC
1.754:10
8Finesse
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group) and The Stereotypes (R&B/hip hop/dance production team)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
vocals:
Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Finesse
writer:
Christopher Brown (Canadian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist), James Fauntleroy, Jeremy Reeves, Jonathan Yip, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons), Bruno Mars (US singer), Ray Charles McCullough II and Ray Romulus
publisher:
Almo Music Corporation (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Fauntleroy Music, Late 80’s Music, Mars Force Songs, LLC, Music for Milo, Must Be Lucky, Ra Charm Music, Songs of Influence, Sony/ATV Songs LLC, Stereotypes Music Publishing (ASCAP), Sumphu, Thou Art the Hunger, Underdog West Songs, Universal Music Corporation (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Warner Chappell, Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Co. (publisher; do NOT use as release label), WC Music Corp., Westside Independent Music Publishing LLC and ZZR Music, LCC
3.753:11
9Too Good to Say Goodbye
recording engineer:
Charles Moniz
assistant engineer:
Jacob Dennis (engineer)
engineer:
John Hanes (audio engineer, mixer) (task: engineered for mix)
producer:
Shampoo Press & Curl (production group)
mixer:
Serban Ghenea
background vocals:
James Fauntleroy, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds (R&B musician Kenny Edmonds), Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
recorded at:
Glenwood Place Studios in Burbank, California, United States
mixed at:
MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
recording of:
Too Good to Say Goodbye
writer:
Babyface Edmonds (R&B musician Kenny Edmonds), Jeff Bhasker, Christopher "Brody" Brown, Philip Lawrence (urban songwriter/producer, of The Smeezingtons) and Bruno Mars (US singer)
publisher:
BMG Rights Management (see annotation), Dylan's Way Music, Late 80’s Music, Mars Force Songs, LLC, Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing, Songs of Universal, Inc., Sony/ATV Songs LLC, Universal Music Publishing (use ONLY if no country‐specific information is available), Way Above Music, WB Music Corp. (1929–2019), WC Music Corp., Westside Independent Music Publishing LLC and ZZR Music, LCC
3.254:42