Late Night Feelings Mark Ronson
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- 1Late Night Prelude01:29
- 2Late Night Feelings04:11
- 3Find U Again02:56
- 4Pieces of Us03:26
- 5Knock Knock Knock01:31
- 6Don't Leave Me Lonely03:36
- 7When U Went Away01:57
- 9Nothing Breaks Like a Heart03:37
- 10True Blue05:48
- 11Why Hide04:19
- 122 AM03:18
Info for Late Night Feelings
Late Night Feelings will feature collaborations with a diverse range of artists including Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, YEBBA, Angel Olson, King Princess, The Last Artful, Dodgr, Diana Gordon, and Ilsey.
Mark has described this album as a collection of “sad bangers,” and the single, like much of the album, is emotionally complex and personal. “Late Night Feelings” feat. Lykke Li boasts an addictive chorus and was written by Mark Ronson, Ilsey Juber, Lykke Li and Stephen Kozmeniuk. The single was produced by Mark and co-produced by the Picard Brothers at Zelig Studios in LA.
The second single is a follow up to 2018’s global smash “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” feat. Miley Cyrus, the platinum certified track has garnered 332 million streams worldwide and over 100 million video views.
The new album comes after a landmark year for Ronson, winning an Academy Award, Golden Globe and Grammy Award for his work with Lady Gaga on “Shallow” from A Star Is Born.
Coinciding with the release of new music, Mark has been DJing at pop-up parties, dubbed Club Heartbreak, a reflection of the new music to come. Mark Ronson will make history by becoming the first artist to release an album in 5 formats simultaneously. Late Night Feelings will be available on CD, vinyl, cassette, and limited editions of 8 track and mini disc – the latter two available only on Mark’s website.
is a sought-after turntablist who's worked with such diverse artists as Macy Gray, Jay-Z, and comedian Jimmy Fallon. The stepson of guitarist Mick Jones of Foreigner, Ronson spent the first eight years of his life growing up in England. Having played guitar and drums from an early age, 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.
The young DJ with the diverse taste soon caught the ears and eyes of various socialites and New York celebrities, including fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, who featured Ronson, along with other sons and daughters of celebrities, in a 1997 fashion campaign. A year later, hip-hop mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs hired Ronson to DJ his fabled 29th birthday bash. These and other high-profile gigs boosted Ronson's "hip quotient" and helped promote his more serious-minded music career. Fusing his eclectic turntable skills with his knowledge of musical instruments and songwriting, Ronson eventually embarked on his first solo project. Featuring such diverse guest artists as dancehall rapper Sean Paul, hip-hop artist Mos Def, Jack White of the White Stripes, and Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, Ronson's debut album, Here Comes the Fuzz, appeared on Elektra in 2003.
After releasing his debut album, Ronson kept busy producing tracks for a number of artists including Amy Winehouse, whose 2006 album Back to Black earned critical praise in large part for Ronson's throwback, Motown-influenced production. His own sophomore effort, a collection of cover songs called Version, dropped in 2007. In 2010, Ronson began performing under the moniker Mark Ronson & the Business Intl and released his third studio album, Record Collection, featuring the single "Bang Bang Bang." Taking time out in 2011 to marry French actress and singer Joséphine de la Baume, Ronson wouldn't return to the studio until 2013 to start work on his fourth album, Uptown Special. Featuring collaborations with the likes of Bruno Mars, Mystikal, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, Hudson Mohawke, and Simian Mobile Disco's James Ford, Uptown Special also featured lyrics written by novelist Michael Chabon. Released in January 2015, Uptown Special marked Ronson's first-ever number one on the U.K. albums charts and entered the Top Ten on the Billboard 200 chart in the U.S. (Matt Collar, Rovi)
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