Mark Ronson is an English record producer, musician, singer, songwriter, and DJ. In his career so far, he has earned nine Grammy nominations out of which he won five. Born in London, the UK, Ronson started his career as a DJ while he was a student at the New York University. His first album ‘Here Comes the Fuzz’ failed to register profits though it was well received by the critics. He soon formed his own record label, ‘Allido Records,’ along with Rich Kleiman. His second album ‘Version’ was a commercial success, reaching the 2nd position on the UK Albums Chart. It also entered the Billboard 200, standing at the 129th position. Reviews from the critics were mostly positive. The success of the album helped to establish him as a talent to reckon with in the music industry. Over the years, he released several critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums and singles. Along with winning the prestigious Grammy Awards five times, he has won other awards as well, such as two Brit Awards out of seven nominations and two Soul Train Music Awards out of five nominations.