Mark Ronson has an interesting and somewhat uncommon approach to songwriting that relies, heavily, on tapping into an artists’ emotions which he talked about in a recent interview.

“My thing is basically purely collaborative because I rarely sit down and write by myself at the piano,” the “Electricity” co-producer said.

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The five-time Grammy award winner who is best known for his work on Amy Winehouse‘s Back to Black album and his hit single with Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk,” wrote part of the soundtrack for A Star Is Born, collaborating with Lady Gaga.

Commenting on his work for the film, the RCA Records DJ/producer/artist stated, “For better or for worse, the best songs come when you’re going through a trying time…. That’s what I find. And luckily, life will always find a way to deal you a shit hand now and then. That’s the good thing – the well won’t run dry.”

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