Mars' sisters release first music video
Bruno Mars' sisters have released their first music video.
The Billionaire singer's four sisters are following in their brother's famous footsteps and trying to make it big in music.
The women formed a girl group called The Lylas and have just released their first music video for their new song Come Back.
The three-and-a-half minute clip features Bruno's sisters Jamie, Presley, Tiara and Tahiti recording in a music studio and singing the ballad.
The Lylas, short for Love You Like A Sister, are not new to the spotlight.
The foursome already have a modeling deal in the Philippines and last year were tangled in controversy when a group formed on Simon Cowell's The X Factor US unknowingly tried to use their name.
The X Factor creator eventually renamed the group 1432, for "I love you too".
The Lylas are meanwhile trying to capitalise on their newfound fame and enjoy the same success as their brother.
Bruno Mars, real name Peter Hernandez, is enjoying a banner year.
The 27-year-old star rose to fame with his 2010 debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans, which received a great response worldwide.
He's now busy promoting his new album Unorthodox Jukebox, which has already produced smash-hit Locked Out of Heaven.
The singer may have a word of advice to impart upon his siblings, however.
He recently admitted his success comes with certain caveats he's learned to accept.
"Yeah, you know, people aren't going to love everything you do," he told British newspaper The Independent.
"And you gotta realise that that's the way the world is today, especially with the Internet and Facebook and Twitter; everyone has an opinion," he continued, adding, "The sooner you realise that, at the end of the day no one's opinion matters, the sooner you're gonna have fun."
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