Bruno Mars and anderson.paak’s R&B partnership as Silk Sonic made their Billboard Music Awards debut with a performance of Con Funk Shun’s 1983 classic “Love’s Train.” The duo took over the stage in their ’70s attire and gave one of the night’s best performances. They had nominations for Top R&B
Bruno Mars and anderson.paak perform “Leave The Door Open” as Silk Sonic at the Grammys. They reference the ’70s in sound and fashion with big lapel polyester suits with wide-legged bell-bottom pants. Their nostalgic tribute to soul music from the past will be released as a full-length album in May.
Bruno Mars announces a collab album with Anderson Paak titled 'Silk Sonic' with special guest Bootsy Collins. First single drops March 5th. pic.twitter.com/K3HQ5RuSJK — Elite Media Group (@TheEliteMedia_) February 26, 2021 Bruno Mars and anderson.paak are collaborating on an album they call An Evening With Silk Sonic. Their first