Mark Ronson Assists James Corden With His ‘Late Late Show’ Rap Monologue: Watch

Bianca Gracie | April 22, 2015 10:10 am
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Mark Ronson is a master when it comes to production, so he decided to help out The Late Late Show’s James Corden with his opening monologue last night (April 21)!

The UK artist apparently was none to pleased with the late night host’s Frozen-influenced monologue earlier this month and wanted Corden to toughen up his image. “You’re from the streets – you’re forgetting where you’re from,” Ronson states.

This leads to Corden hilariously rapping his opening speech (which is filled with jokes about Kylie Jenner, her father Bruce and Hillary Clinton) for the show’s audience, with Ronson assisting as the background DJ.

After the monologue, Ronson discussed with Corden his stellar Uptown Special album why he bailed on meeting Stevie Wonder.

Watch the monologue up top, and catch the rest of the interview below!

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