In this Friday, Dec. 12, 2014 photo, Mark Ronson poses for a photo at Jeff Bhasker Studio, in Venice, Calif. Ronson has multiple Grammy Awards and the current No. 1 song in the U.S. and U.K. (Photo by Rebecca Cabage/Invision/AP)
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Ronson, soft-spoken and analytical, is happy to stand just outside the spotlight as he promotes "Uptown Special," his fourth album, out Tuesday.It's become the biggest hit for Ronson, best known for producing Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black".AP: You've had success as a writer and producer, but "Uptown Funk" is a huge hit that's your song.Ronson: I know of course it has so much to do with Bruno. Ronson: When you're going on tour and you get to play these songs that you wrote and get the thing from the crowd, that is fun.Ronson: So I would have a piece of music and Michael would have these amazing lyrics, much cooler and more interesting than anything I've ever worked on, which is why I asked him to be a part of it.
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