“She was ready to get it going, that’s why I couldn’t understand what everyone else was saying about this procrastinating, troubled artist,” Ronson said.
From Mark Ronson to Weird Al, here’s who we think should take the reins.
DJ Cummerbund has fused together the original track with Savage’s verses from 2003 track, “Hit the Floor,” that appeared on his novelty rap album, Be A Man.
Duran Duran and Nile Rodgers: together again.
Following his 2012 album spent revisiting pop and jazz standards, Paul McCartney is embracing the “out with the old, in with the new” philosophy. So much so that he named the first single from his forthcoming album, “New.”
Following her tragic passing in July comes the first posthumous album from[mp3com-artist] Amy Winehouse[/mp3com-artist]. Titled Lioness: Hidden Treasures, the album features several covers and other unreleased songs, hand picked by[mp3com-artist] Mark Ronson[/mp3com-artist] and[mp3com-artist] Salaam Remi[/mp3com-artist] […]
Three years ago, [lastfm]Duran Duran[/lastfm] released Red Carpet Massacre, which ended up being one of the group’s lowest-selling albums ever. For its 2010 comeback, though, they boys from Birmingham have lined up a super-producer to […]