Bruno Mars releases first solo single in four years

Bruno Mars performs during Super Bowl 50 halftime show.

Kelley L Cox

Bruno Mars fans are going to be playing this track on repeat.

On Thursday night, the 30-year-old singer released his first solo song in four years, “24K Magic,” along with an accompanying music video, which is sure to be the next “Uptown Funk.”

“Guess who’s back again?” Mars croons. “Everywhere I go they be like, ‘Ooh, soul player!’”

The glitzy tune matches the Las Vegas-set music video that features Mars showing off his impressive dance moves, all the while holding a glass of champagne.

“24k Magic” is the title track from Mars’ third studio album, which is to be released on Nov. 18. This will be his first LP since 2012’s “Unorthodox Jukebox,” which included the hits “Treasure,” “Locked Out of Heaven” and “When I Was Your Man.”

In 2014, however, Mars was back on the radio singing Mark Ronson’s chart-topping song, “Uptown Funk.” He also headlined the Super Bowl halftime show that year, and performed at the big game in 2015 alongside Beyonce and Coldplay.

Needless to day, Mars has kept busy. He’s written on Adele’s “All I Ask,” and debuted the ballad “Rest of My Life” on the season 2 finale of CW’s “Jane the Virgin.”

The Grammy winner is scheduled to perform his first concert of the year at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, on Friday, and will return to “Saturday Night Live” for his fourth appearance as their musical guest on Oct. 15.

Bruno Mars - 24K Magic [Official Video] by Bruno Mars on YouTube