Mark Ronson has wanted having a grand gesture toward the ill-fated British singer and muse, Amy Winehouse, dedicating his new album "Uptown Special". An album which involved artists such as Bruno Mars or Steve Wonder.
Just a few days for the composer, DJ and Anglo-American producer Mark Ronson, go on sale his new album "Uptown Special". After presenting in November his first single "Uptown Funk" with the collaboration of singer and songwriter Bruno Mars. Ronson wanted to kneel and praise once again the singer-songwriter, the late Amy Winehouse.
It will be on January 19 when "Uptown Special" goes on sale, the fourth LP by Mark Ronson. A new musical work with hints of hip-hop from New York in the 90s. Produced by Jeff Bhasker, producer of artists like Kanye West, Drake and Alicia Keys; has had the participation of Kevin Parker, Mystikal and Stevie Wonder.
The new album consists of 11 songs, all specially dedicated to his maximum inspiration, Amy Winehouse. In 2006, Ronson produced the album "Back to Black" that turned the British singer in a musical reference world, selling over 20 million albums around the world and becoming the biggest selling UK album so far XXI century and the best album of 2007.
On his Twitter account, Mark Ronson has uploaded a photo with a brief letter dedicated to the singer "Although i wish you were still here, I'm always thinking of you, inspired by you and your music lives on in myself and everyone who ever felt it".
"Uptown Special" is also dedicated to Teenie Hodge, guitarist and songwriter partner Al Green, who died of emphysema in June 2014, and the French producer DJ Mehdi, who died tragically in a car accident in 2011.