Just the Way You Are remix is a Grammy-winning song by singer-songwriter Bruno Mars, and is the first single from his debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans. It was released in the United States on 20 July 2010. The song was written by The Smeezingtons, Khalil Walton, and Needlz and produced by The Smeezingtons and Needlz. The music video for Just The Way You Are remix, directed by Ethan Lader, 1 was launched on September 8 20102 and has the participation of actress Aranza C. Martin C. Tovar. The song was added to Radio 1 A Playlist in the United Kingdom, and was released in the UK on September 19, 2010 as “Just the Way You Are (Amazing)”. Official remix features the rapper Lupe Fiasco and is included in the deluxe edition of Doo-Wops & Hooligans.
Bruno said of the song Just The Way You Are remix: “It took me months to get to” Just the Way You Are “… I am a big fan of simple songs. When we wrote” Just the Way You Are “, not thinking of anything deep or poetic. I was telling a story “. He added, “Well, you know, I am a big fan of love songs just classic. I am a big fan of the songs that go straight to the point. And in Just The Way You Are remix, there is nothing really amazing in the lyrics of the song, but I think it says something that the songs are saying these days … just telling about how it is a beautiful girl “.
Nick Levine of Digital Spy gave the song four out of five stars and compared it to “Empire State of Mind” Jay-Z with Alicia Keys. In his opinion for Billboard, Megan Vick wrote: “More than a breeze of piano and vaguely hip-hop, Mars professes his love for a beautiful girl who occupies his dreams […] the Mars lyrics that aim to make female listeners feel nothing short of perfect in your own skin. ” Nima Baniamer from Contactmusic.com felt that “the song is not based on any high point and just falls a bit flat.” The music video, directed by Ethan Lader, was released on September 8 of 201010 and has the participation of actress Aranza C. Martin C. Tovar. It shows Mars singing to his girlfriend while making drawings with a cassette tape. The video is based on the work of the artist Erika Iris Simmons. In September 2012, i.e. two years after its debut the video reached more than 256 million views on YouTube.