What is it about this song that makes it so universally adored? Songwriter and producer Mark Ronson tells Radio.com that he has no idea. But he does know the story of how “Uptown Funk” came to be.
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He talks about his solo career, Hall & Oates and his ‘other’ duo, Garfunkel & Oates. Really!
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After Australian singer Gossling settles into our studio in a black-and-white button-up shirt-dress, she explains her sartorial choices for the day very simply.
We spoke to Ronson on exactly how “Uptown Funk” was recorded, why uptown New York City is so influential on him and that music hasn’t been an especially good way for him to woo women.
“My tour manager gets an email from Michelle Obama’s PA, and it’s like, ‘Hey, would you like to come to the White House?'”
Looking back on his past achievements, the Bush singer can’t help but cite the Buddhist philosophy that says everyone suffers from the concept of time. Time, and what one chooses to do with it, is something that Rossdale’s been contemplating.
Ed Sheeran is probably the most affable pop star on the planet. Possibly in the history of pop music.