Mark Ronson & Lucky Daye Are Never ‘Too Much’ Together And Share Their Creative Process In Audemars Piguet’s ‘Syncing Sounds’ Series

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When Mark Ronson and Lucky Daye get together, you can be sure of a funky and fly good time. The pair have teamed up once again, this time for the lively disco-tinged bop entitled “Too Much,” an invitation to transcend reality on the dance floor.

Over Ronson’s production of thumping bass and percussion, groovy guitar and soulful synths, Lucky seduces from the door in his signature cadence. “You don’t need a reason / This can’t be described / You won’t need a ticket / To take this ride,” he flirts on the first verse. “I can be your antidote / What you need / I know you wanna let it go / It’s about time / Can we get a dance alone? / Come touch me,” he continues enticing on the pre-chorus and keeps that same energy on the chorus. “You’re too much / We’re just catching up to time / Let’s do too much / Something that we never tried.”

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This latest release marks the dynamic duo’s second collaboration, following Lucky’s single “Fly” from the 2019 soundtrack for Spies In Disguise. However, this time around, their creation received the luxury treatment as part of Swiss watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet’s “Syncing Sounds” YouTube series.

The series gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at the creative process and offers insight from both artists. Of the track, Ronson explains, “It’s all the things that I am aspiring to every time I want to create something that’s going to make people move, but that if you’re sitting listening at home, you can still get into the song and the performance. Lucky’s vocal and melody does all the work there. It’s just a sexy, sexy disco record.”

Lucky describes the ease of working with Ronson and shares, “When I’m in the room with him, he doesn’t have to keep reminding me that he’s a legend, and I don’t even have to remind myself. I can literally vibe, and we vibe like it’s nothing, and every time we work, it’s just easy flowing.”

Get into the groove of Mark Ronson and Lucky Daye’s “Too Much” below then keep scrolling to watch their three episodes of Audemars Piguet’s “Syncing Sounds.”‎

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