Mystikal & Bruno Mars Get Funky with Mark Ronson and It Feels Right (Video)

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This weekend, Mark Ronson took the stage on Saturday Night Live and time traveled back to 1972 with a brief stop in 1980. He performed his song “Uptown Funk” featuring Bruno Mars, which channels the rugged, stanky funk of the early 80’s Prince era. The performance features a rugged bass line, punctuated horns and electrifying choreography from Mars, whose become one of the best in the business. Later, Mystikal joined Ronson and Mars on stage for a no holds barred rendition of their song “Feels Right.” The song feels like vintage James Brown from the early 70’s (a clear inspiration for Prince) and Mystikal owns the mic and the stage. Check out both videos below.

Uptown Funk ft Bruno Mars

Feels Right ft Mystikal

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