Bruno Mars and Anderson. Pak’s collaborative project will come sooner than previously suggested
The duo of Silk Sonic, Bruno Mars and Anderson.Pak have announced the official release date for their debut album ‘An Evening with Silk Sonic’.
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The pair, who dropped their chart-topping track ‘Leave the Door Open’ in March, suggested their much-anticipated debut in August, before following it up with the self-described “Summertime Jam” ‘Skate’ in July. LP will come next year. .
However, Silk Sonic has confirmed today (October 8) that ‘An Evening with Silk Sonic’ will release on November 12, 2021. The announcement coincides with Bruno Mars’ 36th birthday.
Anderson.Pak shared the news on Twitter, sharing a photo of the pair with funk legend Bootsy Collins. “The album drops November 12th!! Spam the comments now with happy birthday wishes to my brother @BrunoMars,” he wrote.
— Big Tooth Bastard (@AndersonPaak) 8 October 2021
‘An Evening with Silk Sonic’ will mark Mars’ first studio album since 2016’s ’24K Magic’. In 2019 he released a pair of collaborative singles: “Please Me” with Cardi B and “Blow” with Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton.
.Pak released his fourth studio album ‘Ventura’ in 2019. In May, .pak directed a music video for Leon Bridges’ single ‘Motorbike’.
Earlier this year, the pair talked Rolling stone Describing their working relationship, they first met when .Pak supported Mars on the European leg of their ’24K Magic’ tour in 2016.
“I was starting for the ’24K Magic’ tour,” Pak recalled, “and in a week, we were in the studio.”
“Really fast!” Mars added.
When it came to collaborating, the pair stated that they initially aimed to take backstage jokes, which they developed on tour, which they known as “jib talk”, and turn them into songs. Is.
.Pak said “jib talk” “fuck with a smile – we talk and do bits all day. But it’s all from the heart, because we’re writing from our experiences, from our relationships – it’s rare that Two men can come together and talk about love.”