Mark Ronson Collaborates With Anderson .Paak
Mark Ronson, recently announced Spies in Disguise”, The soundtrack is executive-produced by the musician, D.J., songwriter and producer Mark Ronson. In addition, the lead track “Then There Were Two” a collaboration with Anderson .Paak is available now. The album, which will be available via Zelig Records/RCA Records on December 13th, will feature original songs from Mark Ronson, Anderson .Paak, Lil Jon, and more! Find complete track listing below.
Mark Ronson Presents
Spies in Disguise
Freak of Nature – Mark Ronson and Dodgr
Then There Were Two – Mark Ronson and Anderson .Paak
Fly – Lucky Daye
They Gotta Go – Lil Jon
Rocket Fuel – DJ Shadow feat. De La Soul
It Takes Two – Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock
Spies in Disguise is directed by Troy Quane and Nick Bruno from a screenplay by Brad Copeland and Lloyd Taylor and a screen story by Cindy Davis inspired by the animated short film “Pigeon Impossible” by Lucas Martell. The film stars Will Smith, Tom Holland, Rashida Jones, Ben Mendelsohn, Reba McEntire, Rachel Brosnahan, Karen Gillan, DJ Khaled and Masi Oka. The film is produced by Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping and Michael J. Travers, p.g.a. with Chris Wedge and Kori Adelson serving as executive producers.
About Anderson .Paak:
Anderson .paak was born in Oxnard, California, as a teen he played drums in his church band and later famously worked at a marijuana farm, all while honing his musical chops and in pursuit of his dreams. And while shining glimpses of his extraordinary talent were evident in his first incarnation as Breezy Lovejoy, it was fully realized in his transformation into Anderson .Paak, with his debut album Venice and a six-song run on Dr. Dre’s certified Gold COMPTON album, that stoked anticipation for what would be the perfect storm of his sophomore release, 2016’s Malibu.
About Lucky Daye:
Lucky early on in life discovered his love of music and natural gift for singing and songwriting in the musical melting pot that is New Orleans, where he was born. The devastation of Hurricane Katrina displaced his family and they ended up moving to the small town of Tyler, TX. Ultimately Lucky knew he wanted to pursue music so he moved to Atlanta for a brief stint and eventually ventured to Los Angeles to pursue his dream. After meeting D’Mile and working with him on what would become his debut album Painted (released in May), Lucky fully realized his voice and potential. His undeniable talent as a vocalist took shape and landed at him at his label home, Keep Cool, in partnership with RCA Records. Additionally he has played other festivals including Something in The Water, Afropunk Atlanta and Lights On Festival. Lucky is currently on his first ever North American headlining tour, which will see him hit 25 cities across Canada and the US this fall.
Born and raised in LA, the artist didn’t discover her voice until attending Humboldt State University. After graduating from Humboldt, Dodgr took yet another step further into the “fish out of water” mentality, moving to Portland in pursuit of music despite the city’s known reluctance to hip-hop. Noticing a local scene beginning to grow, she eventually met fellow Portland artist Amine, who invited her to accompany him as a background vocalist during his first Fallon performance in 2016. A few years removed from the performance, Dodgr has collaborations with Anderson .Paak and Portgual. The Man, among others.
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