Leave The Door Open for Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak both in Silk Sonic created a masterpiece song “Leave The Door Open” which contains soul music and Contemporary R&B.

Christian Gonzalez, Staff Writer

The long-anticipated return of Bruno Mars for four years since dropping his latest album “24K Magic” couldn’t have been any better. Mars has only 3 albums for his music career, but they all are quality hits. His perfection in making music is key to his success in being the greatest hip-hop artist. 


Anderson Paak is an R&B and hip-hop artist that worked with Dr. Dre, J.Cole, and Kendrick Lamar. He recently won a Grammy for best melodic rap performance at the 63rd recording academy Grammy awards and also performed “Leave The Door Open” with Mars. 


Silk Sonic’s first project with Mars was in 2017 during his “24K Magic” tour, and they’ve been working together ever since; even throughout the pandemic, as they are to be dropping a collaboration album soon, to be announced according to Mars and Paak. 


Leave the Door Open is a love song that has that old-school groove vibe with silky instruments.

Paak in the first verse wants to spend quality time with his girlfriend and dance.

Bruno in the chorus says the door is open for her; he wants to have a fun time together.

My feelings on this song are that it’s amazing for hip-hop. It gives me lots of throwback vibes to the 2010s. Mars used to do a lot in his old songs, but just better with his return to hip-hop. It was unexpected when I first heard about the release of these two artists collaborating as I always liked these two artists, but I was amazed to hear that they sound great together. Knowing that they’re going to make an album soon, their upcoming album to be announced has a chance at being a contender for album of the year.

It’s a great song overall. I know that after this collaboration Paak has with Mars, he will get the recognition he truly deserves with his awesome music. Bruno’s return to hip hop will be one to remember for the ages of the music industry.