As an exercise in a terrible universe where lawsuits come at the drop of a hat because a song has the same “feel”, here are a bunch of people who could sue for millions for what “Uptown Funk” kinda sounds like:
The suit game is on point.
“A hundred-thousand people could wear those same outfits and it wouldn’t really mean a thing…. The reason somebody likes to take pictures of Brad Pitt and George Clooney and Leonardo DiCaprio is because they’re like three of the best actors of their generation.”
Mystikal stopped by Fallon’s house to play “Feel Right” with Ronson and The Roots and definitely showed us what he’s working with. And it’s a lot.
he clip, which has racked up nearly 200,000 views on YouTube shows theater arts teacher Scott Pankey leading a crew of his students through a choreographed one-take dance routine.
DJ Cummerbund has fused together the original track with Savage’s verses from 2003 track, “Hit the Floor,” that appeared on his novelty rap album, Be A Man.
The track features a vocal from Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.
Who was considering recording “All About That Bass” and how did producers stop “Shake It Off” from leaking before the release date will BLOW YOUR MIND!
We spoke to Ronson on exactly how “Uptown Funk” was recorded, why uptown New York City is so influential on him and that music hasn’t been an especially good way for him to woo women.
How do you follow a throwback track with Mars? How about more of the same with the New Orleans rapper?