Producer Mark Ronson compares working with Lady Gaga to the legendary Amy Winehouse.
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 Gaga is "one of the great voices in pop music."
He should know, considering he's worked with some of the best. Besides Winehouse, Ronson has collaborated with Christina Aguilera, Adele, Lily Allen, Paul McCartney and Bruno Mars.
In a new interview which took place during the 4th edition of the Tag CDMX Festival, according to LadyGagaNow, Ronson continued gushing over working with Gaga.
"We get each other very well," he said, "like it used to be with Amy. After all, we both love music so we started writing songs for this record. She’s a wonderful person."
In a separate interview earlier this year, Ronson labeled Mother Monster "a Muso at heart."
"I've been working for the past few months with Lady Gaga on her upcoming record and I'm just blown away by her talent, her voice," Ronson told Rose... "She's the happiest when she's sitting at a piano barking orders at the drummer, and I don't think that's the side of her the world has seen."
He continued: "They've seen the massive pop singles, tours, and dance numbers, so it's really great to make this very honest, authentic, analog kind of record with her."
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.
The "Uptown Funk" producer shared a photo of Gaga in the recording studio in May with him, Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker and producer BloodPop (who played co-crafted four dance tracks off Justin Bieber's latest album Purpose, including "Sorry).