The result of the 14th General Election in Malaysia may be the hot topic for today, but last night, something amazing happen at Bruno Mars’ Malaysia concert – the Hispanic crooner sang a Malay song!
Even though it was just a few words, many fans swooned when the singer sang the line “Aku rindu mu, sayang”, which literally translated as “I miss you, baby.”
— Syaful.Mohamed (@syafulizwan) May 9, 2018
The 32-year-old replaced some of the lyrics from the song “Calling All My Lovelies” from his 24K Magic album, with the Malay words, and many fans are impressed by the singer’s on point pronunciation of the words.
See some of the fan responses below.
Not kpop related but bruno mars sang in malay at his show in malaysia last night bdjdbdjjd his pronunciation is actually ?? pic.twitter.com/vDX6650TJ0
— Dancing Detective? (@sechanlovebot) May 10, 2018
Son: Dad, tell me more about 9th May 2018
Me: Sure, Bruno Mars sang a song in Malay
— Iqbal Syahputra (@syahpootraiqbal) May 10, 2018
Bruno Mars you sure you got no Malay heritage? Pronunciation on point tho ??ADVERTISEMENT
— – (@FabIsntIt) May 9, 2018
— QUEEN MELLY (@aarinnmelissa) May 10, 2018
That’s not all, since it was such a historical and memorable day yesterday, Mars’ concert was kicked off with Malaysian national anthem, “Negaraku”, sang by Malaysian-German singer Natasha Sass.
— Natasha Sass (@NatashaSass) May 9, 2018
Taken place at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil on 9th May, Mars also performed several fan favourites such as “When I was Your Man”, “Versace on the Floor”, “That’s What I Like”, “Marry Me”, “Just the Way You Are”, and “Uptown Funk” to more than 12,000 fans last night.