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The lyrics were written during an eleven-day trip Mars and Levine made to London to work on a record, supported by Mars' label. Critical reception towards the song was mixed, as music critics praised the song's style comparing it to the music of Sublime, Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson, but criticized its songwriting.
Lyrically, the song has a money-driven hook with amusing and political elements in the verses.
The television show soundtracks of Beavis and Butthead and American Housewife used the song.
encouraged them to develop the best of those, such as "Nothin' on You" and "Billionaire".
He co-wrote the song with its producers Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence and Ari Levine of The Smeezingtons.
Mars also contributes additional vocals to the song.
A SWISS 'billionaire' is running ads on Facebook to try and bag himself a date.
Entrepreneur Emmanuel Fredenrich, 20, built a website to find a potential mate - then paid to plug it on social media.
I’m really happy that I did this ad.” But he adds: “I’m 20, so marriage is definitely off for a very long time,” he says.He and Ari Levine were each given £240 (0) by Mars' record label to live on for eleven days.Mars found the amount of money to be insufficient, and explained, "We were like, 'Is this the biggest mistake we've ever made?It was also part of Mars' Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show in 2014.
The song was re-recorded by Claudia Leitte; her version outperformed the original single reaching number three on the Billboard Brazil Hot 100 Airplay chart.
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