On this new version of “Gorilla,” Pharrell sings about naughty yoga poses, while R. Kelly goes bananas.
Bruno Mars is breaking out and getting sexy. He used his Facebook page to debut the official music video for “Gorilla,” the fourth single off his second studio album, 2012′s ‘Unorthodox Jukebox.’
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“I think we want to do this as much as we can on our own There’s a lot of other people we want to work with before we work with Bruno,” The Lylas said.
He also gave the scoop on “Gorilla,” a moody ballad on the album which uses unconventional euphemisms to convey something sexy. “It was just painting a picture—some animalistic sex.