The music producer, the subject of a new documentary, reveals the "goosebump" experiences behind the making of the hits "Shallow" and "Uptown Funk."
YouTube's "How To Be: Mark Ronson" looks at the musician and megaproducer, who has worked with Bruno Mars and Amy Winehouse.
The music producer says he doesn't consider himself part of any marginalized community after his "Good Morning Britain" interview is deemed a "coming out."
Many publications described Ronson's "Good Morning Britain" interview as a "coming out" moment -- which doesn't quite seem to fit.
The "Shallow" co-writer told Ellen DeGeneres he's yet to wrap his head around what it means to win an Academy Award, though.
Funk band Collage claims the duo copied sections of their 1983 song "Young Girls" for the smash hit.
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