Mark Ronson judges a school talent show in ‘Feel Right’ video – watch

The British producer releases a second funk-laden video from 2015 album 'Uptown Special'

Mark Ronson and Mystikal appear in the new video for their collaboration, ‘Feel Right’.

‘Feel Right’ is the latest song to be lifted from Ronson’s UK Number One album ‘Uptown Special’, which previously spawned the chart-topping Bruno Mars collaboration ‘Uptown Funk’.

This new video involves a tongue-in-cheek look at a school talent show, complete with a bored audience, overly-enthusiastic compére, a janitor who gets carried away and a show-stealing child performer. Watch below.


The school in question is Sunnydale High, the fictional high school as portrayed in Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

Meanwhile, ‘Uptown Funk’ recently hit one million sales in the UK alone. It has been reported Ronson earns $100,000 (£65,000) per week from Spotify streams of the track. The single was at Number One in the UK for seven weeks.

Mark Ronson recently spoke about the legacy of Amy Winehouse, who passed away in July 2011 at the age of 27. Winehouse is the subject of new documentary Amy: The Girl Behind The Name. Speaking to Esquire recently, Ronson suggested that the singer’s legacy will grow even after her death.

“It’s the same thing as Cobain, Lennon, Tupac and those rock’n’roll legends: [Winehouse’s legacy] will get bigger,” the producer is quoted as saying. “It’d be great if she hadn’t had to die. People would still love the music, ‘cos people loved it when she was around. But her passing is going to have an effect.”