Mark Ronson returns with killer new track featuring Miley Cyrus

Photo Credit: Benoit Debie

Nothing Breaks Like A Heart will stay in your head for days. 

On the heels of releasing several collaborative hit tracks this year, today, five-time Grammy Award-winning artist and producer Mark Ronson returns with a brand new single of his own Nothing Breaks Like A Heart featuring Miley Cyrus.

The track was co-written by Ronson with Miley Cyrus, along with Ilsey Juber, Thomas Brenneck, The Picard Brothers, and Conor Rayne Syzmanski, and was produced by Ronson and co-produced by the Picard Brothers, with additional production by Jamie XX and recorded at Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studios.

Nothing Breaks Like A Heart is the first single from Mark Ronson’s forthcoming studio album coming next year.

The high-energy video was filmed in Kiev, Ukraine and directed by WAFLA (We Are From LA) and executive-produced by Romain Gravas (M.I.A, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Jamie XX), a two-time MTV Video Music Awards recipient.

Nothing Breaks Like A Heart is Ronson’s first pop single as a recording artist since Uptown Funk which became a cultural and musical phenomenon.

In this year alone, Mark Ronson has worked on a handful of hit releases. He co-wrote the #1 song Shallow performed by frequent collaborator Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, featured in Cooper’s directorial debut A Star Is Born. Ronson, as a member of supergroup Silk City with Diplo, released Electricity with Dua Lipa, a Top 5 single on the UK charts and nearing Gold sales status in the U.S.

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