If you want new details on Lady Gaga's forthcoming studio pop record, Mark Ronson is the man to know.
Earlier this year, Ronson sat down with Zane Lowe on Beats1 Radio and spilt a couple details about his input on Gaga's forthcoming pop record, saying "she's one of the great voices in pop music." In a separate interview, Ronson called Gaga "a muso at heart" and admitted he was "just blown away by her talent, her voice." He also described her new music as "very honest, authentic" and an "analog kind of record with her."
Ronson continues the love fest today (August 3) when he called back into Lowe's radio show to spill some more deets.
“I can’t really get into it too much — I’m not trying to be coy, but I feel like it’s not my place. When the time’s right to tell the story, I feel like she should tell it,” Ronson said. “But it’s some of my favorite music I’ve really ever worked on. It’s incredible — I love it.”
Ronson was spotted recording with Lady Gaga in London back in March, but what's interesting is that same night he was spotted with Fergie inside the studio as well, leading Little Monsters to believe he's crafting a fergalicious collaboration between the two.
Ronson has worked with Amy Winehouse, Christina Aguilera, Robbie Williams, Adele, Lily Allen, Paul McCartney and Bruno Mars.
He added: “I can’t wait until you can hear it because the music speaks for itself — some of my favorite musicians of all time are working on it.”
That includes Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker and producer BloodPop.