In 2018, Mark Ronson is known as the super producer behind some of pops biggest hits over the last decade. From Bruno Mars to Adele and Amy Winehouse to Kaiser Chiefs, the Londoner has become synonymous with making hits but his debut album didn’t reach the commercial acclaim he’s now used to.
Ronson’s hip-hop roots have returned in recent years working with A$AP Rocky, Action Bronson and Lil Wayne but fifteen years ago today he released Here Comes The Fuzz a much more underground tailored rap release.
Here Comes The Fuzz features guest appearances from Ghostface Killah, Mos Def and Q-Tip. Quite the contrast from Version collaborators Lily Allen, Robbie Williams and Kasabian (although Ol’ Dirty Bastard also makes an appearance).