Answwe the question

1- Why did you like this song?

I like this song because the details of it are very nice and the music is very cool

 2- Where does this song come from ?

He is from Hawai

3- Tell about the singer

Peter Hernandez Gene (Honolulu, October 8, 1985), better known by his stage name Bruno Mars is a singer, songwriter, producer and multi-eletric American, born and raised in Honolulu, capital of Hawaii. Has Filipino and Puerto Rican.Family with great musical tradition, Mars began singing and performing amateur in infancy. After graduating from high school, he decided to move to Los Angeles to invest more in his musical career; There, Bruno formed the production team The Smeezingtons alongside Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine.After the failure at Motown Records, Mars has signed with Atlantic Records in 2009. During the first few months as the label signed the singer co-wrote the arrangements for music as "Nothin 'On You" by BoB and "Billionaire" by Travie McCoy. He also participated in the composition of the hits "Right Round" by rapper Flo Rida, "Wavin 'Flag," by K'naan and "Fuck You!" By Cee Lo Green.In 2010, he released his debut album, entitled Doo-wops & Hooligans, launched on 4 October that year, the label of Atlantic / Elektra Records.His first single, "Just The Way You Are", the first career of Mars, reached # 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, which he held for four consecutive weeks. The second and most successful single to date, "Grenade" also reached # 1 on the Hot 100, remaining in that position for eight weeks in a row. The third single from the album, "The Lazy Song", was released on February 15, 2011.The success of "Grenade" and "Just The Way You Are," both No. 1 on the charts world, make Mars one of the six male artists in history who reached the top of the Billboard charts with the first two singles from one album, and first to do so in 13 years.Compared to legendary artists like Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley, Mars is considered one of the most "versatile and complete pop artists of today," according to one of the critics of The New York Times [1].