Mark Ronson was born on September 4, 1975, in London. He is a singer, songwriter, record producer and a DJ. Mark is mostly famous for such hits as “Stop Me”, “Valerie”, and “Uptown Funk”. He holds numerous awards, including BRIT awards and Grammies.
Mark Ronson was born into a wealthy Jewish family in London. He has two sisters, who are twins. One of them is a designer and another one is a singer. His father owns several recording studios and his mother is a writer. He is also a nephew of a billionaire Gerald Ronson.
Mark was always interested in music. In the mid-80’s he released several of his own songs, one of which became a soundtrack for a cartoon ThunderCats. Mark wrote the music at home.
Ronson attended a private high school and then enrolled at the NY University. While studying, Mark continued to write songs. Back then, he favored rock, hip-hop, and funk and became popular among students.