Mark Ronson says he ‘hates to crap all over your excitement’ but he won’t be on Lana Del Rey’s album

Lana Del Rey releases new album 'Honeymoon' in September

Mark Ronson has withdrawn previous comments he made about appearing on Lana Del Rey‘s new album ‘Honeymoon’.

Earlier this year, the DJ/producer spoke of his potential involvement to Interview Magazine, saying: “I’m going to do some recording with Lana Del Rey today and tomorrow. I found this cool old studio out here [in Los Angeles]”.

He added: “She has some songs and I said I had some demo ideas, and if they are any good, then maybe she’ll like them and we’ll go from there.”

Ronson has now, however, stated that he won’t involved with the eventual release.

“I hate to crap all over your excitement, but we just worked a couple [of] days together and I think she’s amazing, but we didn’t actually end up doing anything for her album,” Ronson told Digital Spy.

“I said it and I shouldn’t have opened my big mouth, but I love that track ‘Honeymoon’ and the stuff I’ve heard from the record is great.”


Lana Del Rey’s new album ‘Honeymoon’ will be released on September 18, following on from last year’s ‘Ultraviolence’.

Speaking about the making of her new record ‘Honeymoon’ to Zane Lowe recently, Del Rey said: “I always want to take advantage of feeling inspired because you don’t feel that all the time. The jumping-off point was the end of the other one. I wasn’t feeling too tired, still feeling inspired like I could keep going.”

Earlier this year, Del Rey described her new LP as “very different” to 2014 album ‘Ultraviolence’.

Meanwhile, Lana Del Rey will feature on The Weeknd’s new album, ‘Beauty Behind The Madness’.

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The ‘Honeymoon’ tracklist:

‘Music To Watch Boys To’
‘Terrence Loves You’
‘God Knows I Tried’
‘High By The Beach’
‘Art Deco’
‘Burnt Norton’ (Interlude)
‘The Blackest Day’
’24 Swan Song’
‘Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood’