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On 9 October 2014, Mike Mullaney (Music Director/Assistant Program Director at CBS Radio/WBMX), listened to the song, which was sent to CBS Radio for testing, and called it "the greatest song of all time".
He added "The Ronson/Bruno tune is like James Brown/Rick James/The Time jamming w/ badass brass band", describing it as "Filthy, funky" and complementing Bruno's vocals, "Bruno simply wails".
American bands Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings and Antibalas perform horn parts on the song, while the song's lyrics interpolate a line from rapper Trinidad James' song "All Gold Everything" (2012).
Several music critics noted its similarity with popular music from the 1980s.
The team had been stuck on the chorus for a while, came offstage after a show one night and proclaimed: "I got it".
Some of the track progressive phases were done on "makeshift studios" set up by Moniz in dressing rooms.
Its music video stars Ronson, Mars, and Mars' backing band the Hooligans dancing in a city street, and accumulated 2.8 billion views on video sharing website You Tube as of December 2017, making it the sixth most viewed You Tube video of all time.
In doing so, the single took the title of being the all-time most streamed track in a single week, replacing Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud".
The following week, "Uptown Funk" returned to number one and improved on its streaming record, being streamed 2.49 million times.
It spent seven non-consecutive weeks at number one, before finally being knocked off the top on 8 February 2015 by Ellie Goulding's "Love Me Like You Do", which also broke its streaming record for a single week.
On its third week the song rose to number eight, after its first full seven-day tracking period after the premiere of the music video, with 4.4 million streams, digital sales of 167,000 copies and debuting at Radio Songs at number 46 (28 million audience). On its fifth week, it reached a new peak of number 3, where it stayed for two weeks.In Ireland, "Uptown Funk" debuted at number two on 12 December 2014, and the following week peaked at the top of the Irish Singles Chart, taking the Christmas number one spot.