Mark Ronson took lessons from Lady GaGa’s voice coach for new album

February 28th, 2010 - 4:41 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Feb 28 (ANI): Mark Ronson has disclosed he took singing lessons from Lady GaGa’s voice coach for his upcoming record.

Ronson revealed GaGa advised him to take singing lessons from Don Lawrence while the two were recording in 2007.

“We were working in the studio and I started singing and she said ‘take some lessons’. I started going last July and then I just went every week,” the BBC quoted him, as saying.

He added: “Alex Greenwald, who sang Just on my last album, recorded all my vocals. He’s the one person I could trust and not feel like an idiot.”

The producer is crooning for the first time on Record Collection, which is slated to hit the stores in July under the name Mark Ronson and the Business.

Ronson said: “It was very weird to be on the other side of the glass.

“It gave me a lot more respect for all the singers I’ve ever worked with.”

The Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears and Miike Snow have also recorded for the album. (ANI)

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