Single Review: Mark Ronson and The Business Intl – ‘Bang Bang Bang’

Published On July 11, 2010 | By Brendon Veevers | Singles & EP's

Mark Ronson is back on the scene with his new record over the coming months appropriately titled Record Collection and with it comes his new project, The Business INTL, and the release of his first single from the album, Bang Bang Bang.

MarkRonsonBangBangBangAn 80’s synth infused toe tapper, the Brit award winning DJ and producer has called on the talents of rapper friend Q-Tip and vocalist MNDR to create a nice slice of synth happy pop. A progressive step from his previous jazzy singles and an appropriate move considering the success of the synth-pop influx lately, he proves that if something works then go with the flow.

Ronson’s last record was a collection of covers and proved to be the producers most successful release working with the likes of Daniel Merriweather, Lily Allen and of course who can forget the enormous single Valerie with Amy Winehouse.

For a venture outside of covers, Bang Bang Bang, which draws references and inspiration from French nursery rhyme Alouette, is a pretty decent single for Ronson. The melody is infectious and Q-tip’s rapping merged with MNDR’s boppy vocals mix well. There is no doubt that Bang Bang Bang will see this artist on the lips of everyone once again with the same effect of Version.

About The Author

::: RenownedForSound.com's Editor and Founder - Interviewing and reviewing the best in new music and globally recognized artists is his passion. Over the years he has been lucky enough to review thousands of music releases and concerts and interview artists ranging from top selling superstars like 27-time Grammy Award winner Alison Krauss, Boyz II Men, Roxette, Cyndi Lauper, Lisa Loeb and iconic Eagles front man/songwriter, Glenn Frey through to more recent successes including Newton Faulkner, Janelle Monae and Caro Emerald. Brendon manages and coordinates the amazing team of writers on RenownedForSound.com who are based in the UK, the U.S and Australia.

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