Mark Ronson Songs Ranked

Mark Daniel Ronson (born 4 September 1975) is a British-American DJ, songwriter, record producer, and record executive. He is best known for his collaborations with artists such as Amy Winehouse, Adele, Lady Gaga, Lily Allen, Robbie Williams, Miley Cyrus, Queens of the Stone Age, and Bruno Mars. He has received seven Grammy Awards, including Producer of the Year for Winehouse’s album Back to Black and two for Record of the Year singles “Rehab” and “Uptown Funk”. He received an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Grammy Award for co-writing the song “Shallow” (performed by Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper) for the film A Star is Born. In 2015, he became a patron of the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which helps disadvantaged youth through music. He has also worked with the End the Silence campaign to raise money and awareness for the Hope and Homes for Children charity and most recently became an artist mentor at Turnaround Arts, a national program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, which helps low-performing schools through arts education. Here are all of Mark Ronson’s songs ranked.

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10. Rashi (Here Comes the Fuzz, 2003)

“I appreciate Mark Ronson’s contribution to pop music. Specifically getting the most out of his sound which turns into radio hits. This plays like he dated the singers and promised to make a record with each one.”

9. Feel Right (Uptown Special, 2015)

“Feel Right” comes out of the album in full James Brown mode with the funky drums,bass and rhythm guitar breaking in and out as Mystikal throws down his JB style funk vocals with ultimate authority.”

8. Tomorrow (Here Comes the Fuzz, 2003)

“This is a great upbeat jazz-pop album. It is coherent and easy listen in one sitting. It is meant to fun and enjoyable and delivers plenty – it was never intended to be a deep and meaningful record.”

Here Comes The Fuzz - Album by Mark Ronson | Spotify

7. She’s Got Me (Here Comes the Fuzz, 2003)

“I think that the storytelling on this album is fantastic. I feel as if Ronson chose his cast of characters with the utmost importance. If this is indeed a story based on real life events, calling on an all female cast of singers may take the attention off of him, and allow for his story to remain private. And I can respect that.”

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6. Oh My God (Version, 2007)

“So if you wnt to jump up and down you may prefer the Kaiser Chiefs original. But this version is so great laid back. Ronson’s music and Lily’s singing style and accent fit the song very well.”

5. Valerie (Version, 2007)

“Holy wow, this really slipped under the radar for me. An absolutely stunning pop soul homage, featuring the always fantastic Amy Winehouse, really bringing it her best here on top of some really great, smooth production by Mark Ronson.”

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4. Bang Bang Bang (No Strings Attached, 2011)

“Insatiably catchy track, with great sounding production. the retro-ish synth line and anthemic chorus line by warner is immersing, accompanied by q-tip, who pulls out some great flowing verses.”

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3. Stop Me (Version, 2007)

“I love the energy and charisma in the song. And the video’s not that bad. Daniel Merriweather is a talented singer. Its his voice that really made the song.”

2. Daffodils (Uptown Special, 2015)

“Mark Ronson has released a handful of good singles over the past few years and released three solid albums as well, but this is arguably his greatest creative achievement thus far. “Daffodils” is a laid-back and slick track with a great psychedelic funk feeling to it. Great stuff!”

Review: Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Special' | Time

1. Uptown Funk (Uptown Special, 2015)

“I honestly believe this is the best song of 2015. No joke, the overplay this song had brought had no effect on me. The beat is just so 80s funk and it rocks. Bruno’s voice on this track is just so damn amazing. The lyrics, well od they even matter? This is basically a bragging song about how awesome they are. And it fucking works in this regard. Bruno Mars has never sounded so damn cool and awesome under this beat, and that drop in the chorus, and the horns used, its just sheer perfection for a song.”