Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak have released ‘Leave the Door Open’, the first song off their forthcoming collaborative album.

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The US singers announced the release of the audio as well as video of the project on Friday.

It comes days after Mars and Paak launched ‘Silk Sonic’, a new band they created ahead of the release of their much-awaited album.

The less than five-minute project sees the two music stars crooning about the genuineness of their love and willingness to go any length to show it.

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“We should be dancing, romancing. In the east wing and the west wing. Of this mansion, wus happening…I aint playing no games. Every word that I say is coming straight from the heart (so if you tryna lay in these arms),” the song’s lyrics read.

“Ooh baby don’t keep me waiting. There’s so much love we could be making. I’m talking kissing, cuddling
rose pedals in the bathtub. Lets jump in, its bubblin.”

The pair worked together during the European leg of Mars’ ’24K Magic’ world tour in 2017 and have continued to pull the strings since then.

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They have both established themselves as household names in the global music industry with several awards and recognition.

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