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Mark Ronson


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London, United Kingdom (1993 - present)

Mark Ronson is a sought-after producer, who’s worked with such diverse artists as Jay-Z, Lily Allen, Robbie Williams, Bruno Mars, Christina Aguilera, Amy Winehouse, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Duran Duran and comedian Jimmy Fallon.

He is probably best-known for his collaboration with Bruno Mars, Uptown Funk, from the 2014 album .Uptown Special,

Born in London, he is the son of writer Ann Dexter-Jones and real estate tycoon Laurence Ronson. His mother later married Mick Jones, lead guitarist of multiplatinum selling rock band Foreigner. He has two sisters: fashion designer Charlotte Ronson and DJ Samantha Ronson. He spent his childhood in a wealthy suburb of London where he lived in the same street as Paul McCartney‘s family. When his parents divorced at age 8, he moved to New York, where he made friends with Beatles offspring Sean Lennon.

Ronson played guitar and drums from an early age, but it wasn’t until moving to New York City with his mother that Ronson discovered DJ culture. At age 16, already a fan of such popular hip-hop artists as Run-D.M.C. and the Beastie Boys, Ronson began listening to the various hip-hop mixtapes released every few months by DJs. Inspired, Ronson confiscated his father’s record collection and began trying his hand at mixing.


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  • uptownfunking

    Feel Right video is coming soon. Bruno directed it.

    27 Mar 11:15pm Reply
  • uptownfunking

    UP, please???

    27 Mar 11:14pm Reply
  • mayflops

    uptown funk >> all

    26 Mar 2:30pm Reply
  • pastoralanalyst

    Its interesting

    26 Mar 9:17am Reply
  • Radioheart0706

    Get Lucky <3

    22 Mar 11:55am Reply
  • SamJ1989

    Uptown Funk is like the best pop record released in a long while, overrated it is not.

    20 Mar 5:18am Reply
  • AshleeSimpson18

    Uptown Funk is overrated as hell, but I'm really glad it blocked Ed Sheeran's crap on Billboard hahaha Thinking Out Shit is one of the worst songs ever

    17 Mar 1:38am Reply
  • rhuancesar_

    Oh My God (feat. Lily Allen) ♥

    16 Mar 3:57am Reply
  • mehdispy

    need Downtown Funk

    14 Mar 2:38pm Reply
  • reluzir

    Apaixonado por Uptown Funk.

    7 Mar 4:01pm Reply
  • gustavogso

    Fix your tags please

    6 Mar 5:49pm Reply
  • mango4ever

    I love Feel Right, but Uptown Funk is really annoying at times and Bruno completely jacks Nelly's style

    3 Mar 4:29pm Reply
  • Jay_Monster

    Já chega né

    1 Mar 3:31am Reply
  • promisedeyes

    'I wanna kiss him-- he's so pretty!'

    26 Feb 7:38pm Reply
  • AndrzFAL

    Tame Impala > Kevin Parker on Uptown Special. [2]

    22 Feb 11:47pm Reply
  • JuniorMcCartney

    Just gonna state my opinions about something completely subjective as facts, cause personal preference=empirical data.

    22 Feb 1:42am Reply
  • CapricornSun33

    It's funny to see Meghan Trainor among D'Angelo, SBTRKT and Jessie Ware in the similar artists. She certainly doesn't belong with them.

    20 Feb 1:16pm Reply
  • FCA19795

    'Uptown Funk' - The most overrated song of the year. It's not bad, but it's been done better and way before most of these guys were born. It seems music is getting like movies lately; have you heard they remade 'Poltergeist'? Lots of remakes of older material that is inferior to the original.

    15 Feb 2:06pm Reply
  • Inacces

    Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) <3

    15 Feb 1:01pm Reply
  • LCDnewOrder

    I reckon Uptown Special is this year's Random Access Memories (i.e., it'll have one huge single, then nobody will give a shit about the rest of the album and it'll be quietly forgotten 6 months after release).

    13 Feb 1:16am Reply
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