Mark Ronson pulled a Fabolous at Summer Jam during his Glastonbury set, bringing out Mary J. Blige, Grandmaster Flash, George Clinton, and Theophilus London to assist him with his performance of smash hit "Uptown Funk."
Back in January, we were surprised to see Trinidad James' name (actually Nicholas Williams) in the writing credits of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' chart-topping hit "Uptown Funk," and now we're learning just how much he stands to make off that "Don't believe me
Today (March 23) marks the release of Action Bronson's latest album Mr. Wonderful. After a slew of highly successful mixtapes, Mr. Wonderful is Bronson's first album on a major label, Vice Records via Atlantic.
Action Bronson's Mr. Wonderful drops in two days (March 23), and to up the hype, Bronson gives us a behind the scenes look at the upcoming video for the single "Baby Blue", which features Chance the Rapper.
Thanks to Bruno Mars' use of the phrase "Don't believe me, just watch" on the hook, Trinidad James got a very surprising writing credit on his and Mark Ronson's chart-topping track "Uptown Funk." Now, he's been called upon for an official remix of the hit, whi
This week proved to be a big one for hip-hop music, with Joey Bada$$ and Lupe Fiasco dropping their respective albums on the same day (January 20th), not to mention, free projects from Trinidad James, Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti and K Camp.
This week's SNL featured a huge surprise for rap fans. While viewers were expecting to see Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars take the stage once again, when the camera panned to the stage, it was none other than Mystikal on the mic.
Check out Wreck The Halls, the latest track from Mark Ronson, featuring Saigon & Rhymefest which dropped on Wednesday, December 29th, 2010. Mark Ronson's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Wreck The Halls has further strengthened that fact.
Bump Glass Mountain Trust, the latest cut from Mark Ronson which features D'angelo on the assist. It dropped on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010. Mark Ronson's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Glass Mountain Trust is no exception.