His 24K Magic album went platinum this year, and it’s no surprise. Fueled by some of his most powerful vocals, catchiest singles, and some absolutely brilliant promotional performances, it was inevitable. And those television performances are always A-1. From a Grammy performance where he looked “just like a young Prince,” to a Carpool Karaoke sing-along with late night host James Corden, if Bruno is taking the stage, you can bet his set will be good money.
Even in a stripped-down music video for his own singles where he dances by himself, Bruno is a virtuoso dancer and singer, with or without a backing band.
Performing sultry, bedroom-eyes slow jam, “Versace On The Floor,” he seduced the audience amid a stage setup right out of of Tetris while rocking the classic “cool dad” fit from 1989. He showed off his moves on an elevating platform that raised from the stage as his backup singers/band, The Hooligans, gave us vintage Teddy Riley vibes that had the whole crowd grooving. As the final song of the night, “Versace” ended the show on a high note — both literally and figuratively.