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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Lily Allen Explains Why She Didn't Work With Mark Ronson On "It's Not Me, It's You"

Lily Allen has had to face up to the big question...why no Mark Ronson this time around? He was such a big part in the production of "Alright, Still" but he is nowhere to be found to "It's Not Me, It's You".

Setting the record straight, Lily explains why...she wanted a different sound. She wanted to steer away from the usual suspects Mark has been working with and find a new sound courtesy of some new producers.

"I wanted to set myself away from Duffy, Adele and Amy (Winehouse) because they are so brilliant at what they do - it would be silly for me to follow them down that route," said Lily to MTV UK.

But don't worry...she is not opposed to working with Ronson again. "I just didn't want to do it this time because Mark has a really retro feel to what he is doing," she continued.

Let's see what happens next time around...

1 comment:

Ryan said...

Probably a good choice by Lily. The new stuff's brilliant. Mark's sound is a bit two years ago by now. It's Not Me, It's You stays on the cutting edge. I'm sure they remain friends.