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Mark Ronson and Anderson .Paak Share New Collaborative Song “Then There Were Two”

Mark Ronson Presents the Music of “Spies in Disguise” Due Out December 13

Nov 18, 2019 Mark Ronson
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Mark Ronson has curated the soundtrack for the new animated film Spies in Disguise and now one of its tracks has been shared, “Then There Were Two,” which is a collaboration between Ronson and Anderson .Paak (aka California musician/producer Brandon Paak Anderson). Check out “Then There Were Two” below, followed by the film’s new trailer (which features the song).

Mark Ronson Presents the Music of “Spies in Disguise” is due out December 13 and the movie is due out on Christmas Day. It has a bit of a ridiculous premise: Will Smith plays superspy Lance Sterling who accidentally gets transformed into a pigeon by young scientific genius Walter Beckett (played by Tom Holland) and the two must team up to stop the evil Killian (Ben Mendelsohn). The film also features the voices of Rashida Jones, Karen Gillan, Rachel Brosnahan, and Reba McEntire.

Ronson released a new album, Late Night Feelings, back in June via Sony. Previously Ronson shared Late Night Feelings’ title track, “Late Night Feelings,” which features the guest vocals of Lykke Li and was one of our Songs of the Week, as well as a video for the song. Then Ronson and Li stopped by the British talk show The Jonathan Ross Show to perform the song. Ronson also shared “Pieces of Us” (featuring King Princess) “Don’t Leave Me Lonely” (featuring YEBBA), “Find U Again” (featuring Camila Cabello), and “Nothing Breaks Like a Broken Heart” (featuring Miley Cyrus). Then the night before the album’s release he shared one last pre-release song from the album, “True Blue,” that features the guest vocals of Angel Olsen. “True Blue” starts with distorted old-timey vocals from Olsen, but then turns into a dreamy disco gem and it was one of our Songs of the Week.

Anderson .Paak released a new album, Ventura, in April via Aftermath Entertainment/12 Tone Music, LLC.

Read our 2015 interview with Mark Ronson.

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