Mark Ronson told me he was working with Action Bronson last year, but who knew it would be a remix to “Uptown Funk?” Meanwhile, Ronson performs with Mystikal and The Roots on The Tonight Show in the second clip.
Taken from the upcoming album Uptown Special.
In this episode, Mark Ronson takes us on a whirlwind tour of his life as a music obsessive, vinyl lover and in-the-know personality with famous followers. Crate Diggers profiles people with extraordinary vinyl record collections, with owners displaying and telling the stories behind their collections.
Directed by Reg Traviss. “(Is It Gangsta?) Yes Yes Yes” is taken from the UK rapper’s forthcoming album, When Will It Stop. The single is produced by Mark Ronson, who makes a cameo in the video, and is due Oct. 6th.
Wale chats with Tim Westwood, discussing Mark Ronson, Rick Ross, music deals, contracts and collaborations, Lotus Flower Bomb explained, fashion & jumping on dubstep.
Ronson, Badu and company perform their joint from the recent REGENERATIONS project.
Produced by Mark Ronson, “A La Modeliste” is the Jazz track for RE:GENERATION featuring Erykah Badu, Trombone Shorty, Mos Def, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Members of The Dap Kings. Presented by Hyundai Veloster, RE:GENERATION is a documentary film that follows DJ Premier, Pretty Lights, The Crystal Method, Mark Ronson, and Skrillex as they remix, recreate and [cont.]
Part 2 of 2: Wale previews an unreleased collaboration with J. Cole called “Traffic Jam,” shares advice from his Maybach Music boss Rick Ross, and reveals a new project with producer Mark Ronson.
Amy Winehouse’s long-awaited follow-up to Back To Black will take shape in the form of Lioness: Hidden Treasures. A collection of new, previously unreleased tracks, and alternate versions, the album will feature production from usual collaborators Salaam Remi and Mark Ronson, as well as a guest spot from Nas called “Like Smoke”. We’ll also be [cont.]
Produced by Mark Ronson, “A La Modaliste” is the Jazz remix for RE:GENERATION featuring Erykah Badu, Trombone Shorty, Mos Def, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Members of The Dap Kings. Presented by Hyundai Veloster, RE:GENERATION is a documentary film that follows DJ Premier, Pretty Lights, The Crystal Method, Mark Ronson, and Skrillex as they remix, recreate and [cont.]
Recently unearthed x-mas banger from the Here Comes The Fuzz era. “I’ll jingle your bell, you bitch ass n***a”. (c) Saigon LISTEN: Mark Ronson – “Wreck The Halls” (feat. Saigon + Rhymefest) via: Semtex
When Mark Ronson first stepped on the scene, it was easy to dismiss him as “the guy from Foreigner’s kid”. After all, showbiz is filled with nepotism, and time after time we’ve seen famous people put their less talented relatives on. In Mark’s case, talent runs in the family, as he has proven over and [cont.]
Mark Ronson & The Business Intl Perform “Bang Bang Bang” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Ronson’s Record Collection is in stores now…. HHS review coming sooner or later.
If you are cruising around on that bicycle of yours before the summer ends, Mark Ronson has made the perfect song for you. This is the second single from his anticipated “Record Collection” album, that can become part of your collection on September 27th.
Second offering from Ronson’s forthcoming Record Collection LP, due out September in the UK. That album cover has some familiar imagery, huh? We definitely see traces of Duran Duran’s Rio in there….What do you see? LISTEN: Mark Ronson – “Lose It (In The End)” (feat. Ghostface Killah)
Ronson delivers the first single from his third LP, The Record Collection, due July 11th in the UK, and featuring Q-Tip and MNDR.
The Creators Project sits down with Mark Ronson to talk about his upcoming third LP, Record Collection, as well as working with Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen.
Ya’ll know how we feel about radio rips. It’s a rule we will only break for special occasions. This is one of those times. Mark Ronson joins with Q-Tip and Amanda Warner (aka MNDR) for the first single from his upcoming Record Collection LP, due later this year. Sounds like Ronson’s off his funk shit [cont.]
Mark Ronson struck gold with Amy Winehouse, by delivering genuine, quality music, usually backed by the production of himself, Salaam Remi, and and the instrumentation of the Dap Kings. This became a new movement in music, which took off heavier in the U.K. than in the U.S., creating a unique fusion of classic funk-soul vibes [cont.]
With all of the press that Mark Ronson has got lately – including a recent Grammy for producer of the year – a little heard project slipped through the cracks last month from the famed producer. Ronson teamed up with Chicago super-emcee Rhymefest for Man In The Mirror, a tribute album built upon samples from [cont.]
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