Not only does Bruno Mars have 14 past Grammy nominations (with four new noms this year) and two platinum albums to his credit, but in a few more weeks, the artist is set to become the first person in 10 years to headline the Super Bowl halftime show under the age of 30.
Such unprecedented success is one of the reasons why Mars leads a strong group of professionals on Forbes‘ annual list of “30 Under 30.” The magazine collects 15 of the brightest stars who have not yet hit 30 in different fields, such as music, art, food and technology.
“I feel like I’m just getting started,” he told Forbes. “I haven’t even really scratched the surface yet.”
Mars heads a group of musicians and music professionals like Wiz Khalifa, Justin Bieber, Hunter Hayes, Avicii, Katy Perry, and GrooveShark founders Sam Tarantino and Josh Greenberg.
Watch Mars and several more of the honorees talk about their recognition by Forbes in the clip below and visit Mars’ official website for more information.