Video: Mark Ronson ft Keyone Starr- I Can’t Lose


Mark Ronson collaborates with Keyone Starr to serve a soulful slice of funk in the form of new single “I Can’t Lose.” lifted from current album project “Uptown Special.” Watch the Michael Jackson, cocktail bar and neon light inspired visuals for “I Can’t Lose.” in full below.


Jungle cover Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars Uptown Funk


The Jungle musical collective from London Town cover Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars Uptown Funk in the Live Lounge for BBC Radio 1

Music Performance

Mark Ronson “A La Modeliste” RE:GENERATION Track: Live At David Letterman

Produced by Mark Ronson, “A La Modeliste” is the Jazz track for RE:GENERATION featuring Erykah Badu, Trombone Shorty, Mos Def, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Members of The Dap Kings. Performed at David Letterman .

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RE:GENERATION Track: Mark Ronson “A La Modeliste”

” Produced by Mark Ronson, “A La Modeliste” is the Jazz track for RE:GENERATION featuring Erykah Badu, Trombone Shorty, Mos Def, Zigaboo Modeliste, and Members of The Dap Kings. Presented by Hyundai Veloster, RE:GENERATION is a documentary film that follows DJ Premier, Pretty Lights, The Crystal Method, Mark Ronson, and Skrillex as they remix, recreate and re-imagine five traditional styles of music. Learn more at and” – HyundaiUSA

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Hyundai and The GRAMMYs have co-commissioned a documentary called the RE:GENERATION Music Project, asking producers DJ Premier, Mark Ronson, The Crystal Method, Skrillex, and Pretty Lights to take on a monumental task: Step outside of their comfort zones and create tracks with artists from other genres. Due out early next year, RE:GENERATION follows these five DJs into the studios as they turn the tables on the history of music. Watch the trailer for a first look at what happens when two different genres get mashed together, then visit the RE:GENERATION website and Hyundai’s YouTube page to check out other exclusive content from the film.

Events Fly

LAUNCH PARTY: Hip Hop: A Cultural Odyssey

Without a doubt the hottest ticket in town:

Location: Tooley Street, London

Start JUL 28, 2011 at 7:00 PM
End JUL 28, 2011 at 11:00 PM

Price: Guest List Only

“Red Bull Studios London will host the UK launch of the mammoth 420 page book documenting the past four decades of hip hop. The giant publication is like the Magna Cater of hip hop with an introduction written by Afrika Bambaata and over 70 articles penned by influential journalists covering over 30 aspects of hip hop culture including: production, breakdancing, turntablism and lyrical flow. Compiled by hip hop fanatic and former A&R, Jordan Sommers he writes: “Our goal was to create a comprehensive, credible, and celebratory testament to a phenomenal culture that has educated and entertained people the worlds over.” – Red Bull Studio

Expect hip hop classics and exclusives mixed live by DJ Tim Westwood Mark Ronson.



First Name Theophilus, Last Name London Is a Brooklyn Artist and Here is his very creative animated Video for the latest single off  the very much anticipated album ” Timez Are Weird These Days”. Based on the original artwork of Tim Walkiewicz and illustrated by the Same man. This video was animated by Nate Kim, and produced by Ben Solomon.
GG$ concept Inspired by Theophilus London for LVRS. Since the Mixtape I want You we Hooked on the Man Swagg and eclectic sound. He has been working with the likes of Mark Ronson, In talk with Kanye West, This New Yorker from Brooklyis Doper than Cream.


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Wretch 32 ft Josh Kumra – Don’t Go

After the massive success of his lead singles entitled “Traktor ft L” & “Unorthodox ft Example“. The Uk Artist Wretch 32 released  the official video for his third single off his second upcoming album “Black & White” in stores August 14th. The Tottenham Born and Bred has established himself as a well respected underground artist, and has been collaborated  with Artists Such as  Mark Ronson, Pharell Williams, DevlinTinie Tempah, ChipmunkBashy and The Streets. The British MC said in one of his interviews “Once You Make great music you end up in great Places” he proved it just right.


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