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Bruno Mars: 24K Magic (2016)

Music video for the song "24K Magic" by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars. The video depicts Mars and his friends having a party in a Las Vegas casino, inter cut with shots of him riding in a black Cadillac Allanté.

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Music video for the song "24K Magic" by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars. The video depicts Mars and his friends having a party in a Las Vegas casino, inter cut with shots of him riding in a black Cadillac Allanté.

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