Mystikal and DJ/producer Mark Ronson took the stage on The Ellen Show yesterday, April 8, to perform their track "Feel Right." The single is off Ronson's new album Uptown Special.
Ellen DeGeneres introduced the pair's performance: "Our next guest's song 'Uptown Funk' has been No. 1 for a record 14 weeks in a row. Here to perform his new song 'Feel Right,' which I love so much, please welcome Mark Ronson featuring Mystikal!"
Mystikal kicked off the performance wearing black and red --matching the black, red and white themed set -- and Ronson sported the same color scheme.
Ronson's Uptown Special was released in January through RCA Records, according to XXL Mag. The album was written and produced with Jeff Bhasker with the majority of the lyrics written by Michael Chabon.
In an interview with The Talks, Ronson shared his perspective on why he is a good producer.
"Maybe because I actually care about a lot of things that have become a forgotten art form," the British producer told The Talks. "I care about recording live musicians, I care about analog, I care about all these beautiful things that people don't really take the effort to do anymore. I can make music with live musicians that still sounds good in the club because I know how to record and mic the stuff in the same way that they did in the '60s and '70s.
"When I record drums, it sounds like Michael Jackson and Chaka Khan and not the Red Hot Chili Peppers. There's nothing wrong with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but for dance music it's not supposed to sound like that. There's probably also a certain amount of subjective things, like taste, that go into it. You also have to surrender your ego when you're producing a record for somebody else."
Check out Mystikal and Ronson on The Ellen Show below.