Mark Ronson + Camila Cabello’s ‘Find U Again’ Locks Down Power Pick On Billboard’s Dance Chart

Mark Ronson

From #1 Breakout to last week’s#35 Hot Shot Debut, Mark Ronson and Camila Cabello‘s collaboration, “Find U Again” earns the pair this weeks #25* Power Pick Billboard dance Club Songs chart position.

The RCA Records-released effort featured on the production/DJ savant’s latest album Late Night Feelings, follows his previous top-charting, title track with Lykke Li. Ronson’s first two singles carry similar messages  as Cabello and Li are kept away from their muse (Ronson). Throughout “Find U Again,” the Cuban-American singer/songwriter (who rose to prominence as a member of Fifth Harmony) sings of how her love separation is taking its toll.

“I’ll try to pass the night away with somebody new/ But they don’t have a shot when I compare them to you/ It’s too late, too late/ Baby, I know I’ll never find you again/ Find you again” the 22-year-old sings atop a reeled-back instrumental that accentuates her voice. The entire production comes to life via the official video that sees the “Uptown Funk” creator searching for Cabello and finally running away with her in a true Western fashion.

Adding to the original’s chart success are remixes created by worldwide DJ/artist MK (Marc Kinchen) who chops up Camila’s vocals and artfully melded them into an uptempo production. Listen to his exciting version below.

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Skrillex + Ty Dolla $ign Featured On Lykke Li’s ‘Two Nights Part II’: Listen

Lykke Li

A little over a year ago, Lykke Li released “two nights” with Aminé, co-produced by Skrillex, that eventually ended up on her 2018 album so sad so sexy. This week, Ms Li she dropped “two nights part ii”, a brand new remix of the title that included additional Skrillex content as well as a Ty Dolla $ign feature.

The second track from her forthcoming EP still sad still sexy, a collection of new music and remixes slated for release on July 26th via RCA Records, differs only slightly from the original version featuring more of a hip hop vibe to accompany the Ty Dolla $ign instead of Aminé inclusion. In addition, this new take offers a drop courtesy of the “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” producer/DJ.

Check out the revamped version of “two nights part ii” from Lykke Li (who’s also featured on Mark Ronson’s #6* Billboard Dance Club Songs single, Late Night Feelings), Skrillex and Ty Dolla $ign as well as the track listing for the upcoming still sad still sexy project.

still sad, still sexy Tracklist
1. two nights part ii (Lykke Li x Skrillex x Ty Dolla $ign)
2. sex money feelings die (remix) feat. Lil Baby and Snowsa
3. Neon
4. Baby Doves
5. so sad so sexy (alt version)
6. deep end (alt version)

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Mark Ronson + Lykke Li’s ‘Late Night Feelings’ Notches Top 10 Spot On Billboard’s Dance Chart

Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson and Lykke Li are on a roll as their collaboration “Late Night Feelings” makes quick moves up the Billboard Dance Club Songs Top 50 chart from #15* to #6*

The RCA Records-release finds the Swedish songstress singing “My heart keeps pulling in the wrong direction/I’m about to cross the line/Looking for the wrong affection/Night after night/Trying to find a new distraction/Want to make it last all night/Everything that I’ve been mixin’/All mixed up inside” over America’s favorite producer’s instrumentation, reminiscent of 70’s Disco era. The blend of vocals and world-class mixing create the perfect premise on which the official visual was made. Playing herself, Li lusts over the ever-out-of-reach Ronson and imagines the two together. Watch the clip here.

Expert artists Jax Jones, Chris Cox and Ray Rhodes have thrown their remix hats in the ring to give the original new spins that play to their individual club culture strengths. Listen to Jones’ club culture revamp of this week’s #6* song from Mark Ronson and Lykke Li below.

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Billboard Dance Chart Update [7.06.19]

50 years since the Stonewall Inn riots, New York hosts WORLD PRIDE and we couldn’t be prouder of the our city’s hospitality! And with dance music an inherent part of all cultures, PRO MOTION can’t thank the Billboard DJ panel enough for supporting Jennifer Lopez ft French Montana (#4* Greatest Gainer), Ava Max (#5*), Taylor Swift ft Brendon Urie (#10*) Mark Ronson ft Lykke Li (#19*), CamelPhat x Jake Bugg (#28* Power Pick) and Martin Garrix ft Patrick Stump (#40* Hot Shot Debut) with the new Laverne Cox single (produced + mixed by Eric Kupper) in collaboration with Smirnoff vodka … released last week!

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JENNIFER LOPEZ FT FRENCH MONTANA
‘MEDICINE’ (HitCo Music)

As the official ERIC KUPPER + KASKADE remixes jump #7* to #4* GREATEST GAINER PRO MOTION pulls the trigger on the new DIRTY DISCO + JOHN HOHMAN METROMIX versions


AVA MAX
‘SO AM I’ (Atlantic)

Celebrating her second consecutive Top 5 dance charter, the DEEPEND + TOBY GREEN + STEVE VOID mixes glide effortlessly up the Billboard chart to #5* 


TAYLOR SWIFT FT BRENDON URIE 
‘ME!’ (Universal Music)


Launched on the strength of the DIRTY DISCO + BARRY HARRIS mixes, the recently released DANNY MORRIS + ROBERT EIBACH versions catapult up the TOP 50 from #16* to #10*


MARK RONSON FT LYKKE LI
‘LATE NIGHT FEELINGS’ (RCA)

From 40* Hot Shot Debut to #26* Power Pick to #19* within 28 days of PRO MOTION-al service the recently released CHRIS COX mixes are headed for the Billboard Top 10


CAMELPHAT X JAKE BUGG 
‘BE SOMEONE’ (Columbia)

Within 20 days of PRO MOTION-al trigger the EXTENDED + RADIO mix for the act’s Dave Whelan + Mike DiScala leaps from #38* Hot Shot Debut to #28* POWER PICK


MARTIN GARRIX FT MACKLEMORE + PATRICK STUMP
‘SUMMER DAYS’ (RCA)

Introduced via DIRTY WERK versions one of the world’s most successful deejay/producer/artist’s teams up with Fall Out Boy’s lead singer for this week’s #1 Breakout to #40* HOT SHOT DEBUT


LAVERNE COX
‘WELCOME HOME’ (Smirnoff)

Produced and mixed by ERIC KUPPER PRO MOTION and Smirnoff Vodka join forces on this multi-dimensional deep house, spoken word single … and it’s MASSIVE! 


Mark Ronson’s ‘Late Night Feelings’ Obtains Power Pick Status On Billboard’s Dance Chart

Mark Ronson

After previously holding the #40* Hot Shot Debut position, Mark Ronson‘s collaboration with Lykke Li is now the #26* Power Pick on this week’s edition of the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.

The title track from from the Grammy-winning artist/producer/DJ’s now-available album Late Night Feelings finds him creating a very 70’s-esque disco soundscape that sets a perfect environment for the Swedish songstress to sing “My heart keeps pulling in the wrong direction/I’m about to cross the line/Looking for the wrong affection/Night after night/Trying to find a new distraction/Want to make it last all night/Everything that I’ve been mixin’/All mixed up inside.” As always, Ronson’s production fits hand-in-hand with the accompanying vocals to construct an ever-captivating recording.

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English man of many talents Jax Jones and California native Chris Cox have come in with solid club culture support via remixes that take the best parts from the RCA Records-released song and combine those with their own personal styles to create new versions that are universally accepted on dance floors world wide. Listen to this week’s #26* Power Pick “Late Night Feelings” through its official video below.

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Billboard Dance Chart Update [6.29.19]

As WORLD PRIDE descends on New York this week PRO MOTION wishes all our friends a festive and safe celebration! And we thank the Billboard DJ collective for supporting Ava Max (#6*), Jennifer Lopez ft French Montana (#7*), Khalid ft Disclosure (#8*), Taylor Swift ft Brendon Urie (#16*) Mark Ronson ft Lykke Li (#26* Power Pick), CamelPhat x Jake Bugg (#38* Hot Shot Debut) and Martin Garrix ft Patrick Stump (#1 Breakout) with the new Laverne Cox single to follow!

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AVA MAX
‘SO AM I’ (Atlantic)

Celebrating her second consecutive Top 10 dance charter, the DEEPEND + TOBY GREEN + STEVE VOID mixes catapult up the Top 50 from #11* to #6* 


JENNIFER LOPEZ FT FRENCH MONTANA
‘MEDICINE’ (HitCo Music)

J-Lo’s first Billboard dance charter since 2016, PRO MOTION releases the KASKADE mixes in support of this week’s massive #16* to #7* single


KHALID FT DISCLOSURE
‘TALK’ (RCA)

Following in the dance floor footsteps of Silence, his #1 with Marshmello, the extended DISCLOSURE VIP mixes vault into the Top10 from #12* – #8* 


TAYLOR SWIFT FT BRENDON URIE 
‘ME!’ (Universal Music)


Launched on the strength of the DIRTY DISCO + BARRY HARRIS mixes, PRO MOTION services the new DANNY MORRIS + ROBERT EIBACH versions for this week’s #16* title


CAMELPHAT X JAKE BUGG 
‘BE SOMEONE’ (Columbia)

Within 13 days of PRO MOTION-al service the EXTENDED + RADIO mix for the act’s Dave Whelan + Mike DiScala leaps from #1 BREAKOUT to #38* HOT SHOT DEBUT


MARK RONSON FT LYKKE LI
‘LATE NIGHT FEELINGS’ (RCA)

Introduced to the BB DJ panel 3 weeks ago with the JAX JONES versions, PRO MOTION pulls the trigger on the CHRIS COX mixes for this week’s #40* HOT SHOT DEBUT to #26* POWER PICK


MARTIN GARRIX FT PATRICK STUMPER
‘SUMMER DAYS’ (RCA)

Remixed by DIRTY WERK one of the world’s most successful deejay/producer/artist’s teams up with Fall Out Boy’s lead singer for this week’s #2 BREAKOUT within 6 days of service


 

 

Mark Ronson + Lykke Li Light Up The Today Show With ‘Late Night Feelings’: Watch

Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson and Lykke Li took to the stage this morning (June 12th) at the Today Show to showcase their new collaboration, “Late Night Feelings.”

The title track from the production savant’s upcoming album was prefaced his explanation of the effort’s overall concept, saying it was “heartbreak for the dance floor”, reiterating that the collection is not void of good music comprised of “sad bangers.” And before setting launching into this morning’s live performance. Ronson also touched on his Oscar win for his “Shallow” work with Lady Gaga.

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Standing behind the album’s larger-than-life mirrored broken heart suspended inside a wooden crate, the English artist/composer provided instrumentals over which Lykke Li sang “Make me psychotic, you’ve pulled away/You take the sane in me and tear it like a page/Write you erotic, and I know your way/Before you answer just to make me go insane.” Their retro set helped to accentuate the overall message of the RCA Records-released song that also secured this week’s #1 Breakout Billboard dance chart position. Watch the whole performance of “Late Night Feelings” from Mark Ronson below.

Late Night Feelings, the album, features additional vocals from Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello and more. It’s due for release on Friday, June 21st, but until then, fans can preorder it today.

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Mark Ronson + Lykke Li’s ‘Late Night Feelings’ Gets Remix Treatment

Mark Ronson

After imparting serious 70s vibes on their collaboration “Late Night Feelings,” Mark Ronson and Lykke Li‘s song has received a proper remix.

The new take on the RCA Records-released track has been created by Krystal Klear, a Dublin, Ireland native with worldwide recognition. He’s taken “Late Night Feelings” and its dreamy production up a few levels to reflect what some would describe as a Synthwave spin while keeping the original vocals “Wanna get to know ya/And I’m gonna call ya/With late night feelings” and overall message intact. Listen to Krystal Klear’s remix of the smooth Grammy winner’s recording here.

Accompanying the album version comes an official visual featuring the Swedish songstress herself lusting over her compositional companion although he remains perpetually out of reach. Li dances throughout her residence while dreaming about what she and the “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” creator could become. Watch the clip for Mark Ronson and Lykke Li’s “Late Night Feelings” below.

Mark Ronson’s upcoming album by the same name as this single is set to be released on June 21st, and will feature his recent collab with Miley Cyrus as well as more projects with Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello and more.

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Lykke Li Lusts Over Mark Ronson In ‘Late Night Feelings’ Video: Watch

Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson offers his fans a significant dose of the 70’s through the official video for his Lykke Li collaboration “Late Night Feelings.” The recording itself is the title track of the production savant’s upcoming full length project slated to drop on June 21st.

The clip sees the Swedish singer emerging from a bath to being dressed in retro lingerie as she moves around the room, obsessing over Ronson’s pictures plastered all over the walls. Her on-screen antics match the lyrics “Wanna get to know ya/And I’m gonna call ya/With late night feelings” although the multi-Grammy winner is far out of reach.

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The RCA Records-released recording’s retro single is a continuation of nostalgic inspiration for Ronson, who recently helped create the house-inspired Silk City and Dua Lipa-assisted project, “Electricity” with Diplo. And, of course, his Miley Cyrus featured “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” that was the first single from his new album. Watch the video for “Late Night Feelings” here.

Late Night Feelings, the album, features additional vocals from Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello and more. It’s due for release Friday, June 21st, but until then, fans can preorder it today.

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Mark Ronson Announces ‘Late Night Feelings’ Album + Collabs

Mark Ronson

On Friday, Mark Ronson formally announced his fifth album, the release date, and some of the artist collaborations featured on the project.

The effort that was described as a collection of “sad bangers,” from the Grammy and Golden Globe-winning artist/producer/songwriter is due out on June 21st via RCA Records, with the title track “Late Night Feelings” featuring Lykke Li available now. Also presented are partnerships with Miley Cyrus, Angel Olsen, Yebba, Camila Cabello and King Princess, among others.

The leading single is a warm mid-tempo dance groove containing Li’s melancholy vocals singing “My heart keeps pulling in the wrong direction/ I’m about to cross that line/ Looking for the wrong affection/ Night after night.” She then breaks into a disco-esque chorus: “When I get to want ya/ And I wanna Call ya/ With late night feelings.” Listen below.

Mark’s new album comes on the heels of his Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy wins for his co-writing / production efforts on Lady Gaga‘s A Star is Born smash “Shallow.” With this newest release, he will make history as the first artist to release an album in five formats at the same time: CD, vinyl, cassette and limited-edition 8-track and mini disc with the latter formats only available for sale via Ronson’s site. Check out the full track list and pre-order the project here.

Late Night Prelude”

“Late Night Feelings” (feat. Lykke Li)

“Find U Again” (feat. Camila Cabello)

“Piece of Us” (feat. King Princess)

“Knock Knock Knock” (feat. YEBBA)

“Don’t Leave Me Lonely” (feat. YEBBA)

“When U Went Away” (feat. YEBBA)

“Truth” (feat. Alicia Keys & The Last Artful, Dodgr)

“Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” (feat. Miley Cyrus)

“True Blue” (feat. Angel Olsen)

“Why Hide” (feat. Diana Gordon)

“2 AM” (feat. Lykke Li)

“Spinning” (feat. Ilsey)

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