Ronson says he isn’t sure what the production will sound like yet, but knows Gaga is one of THE voices of our generation.
Mark Ronson and Lady Gaga are working together soon.
We first heard of the potential collaboration last fall when Lily Allen revealed she had studio time scheduled with the Grammy award winning producer (he just took home Record Of The Year) but was bumped because Gaga unexpectedly came into town.
Ronson sat down with Zane Lowe on Beats1 Radio today (Feb. 17) to spill a couple details regarding his input on Gaga’s forthcoming pop record, saying “we just spent some time in the studios when she was in London,” Ronson said. “I know her from before she got really massive… when she came and sang a song on a Wale record that I worked on called ‘Chillin.’ I grew up in New York on the upper west side. She did too. She’s kind of like a muso at heart. She loves sitting at the piano and barking orders at a drummer. She has an incredible voice. She’s one of the great voices in pop music. We’re going to start with the songs and go from there.”
Ronson adds he’s not sure what the production will sound like yet, but looks forward to working with Gaga when he returns to Los Angeles in the coming weeks. Listen here: