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.
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.”