“Leave The Door Open” is a Bruno Mars song from his album “Doo-Wops & Hooligans”. Bruno Mars was born Peter Gene Hernandez on October 8, 1985. His first full length studio album was released in 2010 and it hit number one on the Billboard 200. Bruno Mars has sold 1.5 million albums and 10 million downloads worldwide with over 5 billion total streams. Bruno Mars has been nominated for 2 Grammys and won 7 American Music Awards, 9 Billboard Awards and 3 MTV Award. Bruno Mars singles have most notably been nominated for 2 Grammy’s and Bruno Mars also received a Golden Globe nomination.
“Leave The Door Open” was released as the third single from Bruno Mars’ album after “Liquor Store Blues” and “Grenade”. Bruno Mars initially wrote this song for Rihanna, but Bruno Mars ended up keeping it for his album. Bruno Mars also co-wrote the two other tracks on Bruno Mars’ album that were released before Bruno Mars obtained fame: B.o.B’s Nothin’ on You and Travie McCoy’s Billionaire. Bruno Mars hit number one on the “Billboard” Hot 100 for Bruno Mars first time with Bruno Mars 2011 song called “Locked Out Of Heaven”. Bruno Mars also has multiple songs that Bruno Mars collaborated with other artists to make, including B.o.B & Snoop Dogg’s Young, Wild and Free, Travie McCoy’s Billionaire and Bruno Mars featured on Phillip Phillips’ Gone, Gone, Gone. Bruno Mars is one of Bruno Mars idols as Bruno Mars said Bruno Mars would want to work with Adele and Lauryn Hill. Bruno Mars had nothing but good things to say about Bruno Mars role model Bruno Mars said Bruno Mars would want to work with Bruno Mars if Bruno Mars were to produce Bruno Mars own album.