Rick Ross, Mark Ronson, Interscope discussed on The FADER Uncovered Host Mark Ronson


It was a reason for me to be in. And the book as well, I am sure there's many chapters to come, but you said, you know, I'm not finished yet. Now I want to change the world. And that's a big, you've done so much. You have so many business ventures, you changed music. You've changed business. You have these books now. New York Times bestsellers. The way you say, now I want to change the world. It feels like it's got some kind of weight, like you're either talking about foundation, charity, political something, is that what's really left? It's a lot left. It's a lot left. You know, just me being a leader, me being at the forefront. It's a lot left. You know what I mean? Just beginning with health, just beginning with ourselves. You know what I mean? You know, I touched on a few things last year with jet Doc. You know, and it's a lot more things to do. And we're going to see. And I'm going to keep going. Well, I can't wait to hear the album and thank you for giving the time. You know, obviously, I had signed wale way back in the day, and then we had to deal with Interscope that didn't work out. And the best thing that ever happened was you picking about that I love him, and I was so happy to see that success that you guys had together. So I texted him last night and I was like, oh, give me like a secret question. To something to ask Roseanne, he was like, and I ain't got nothing, but I'd love to be if I want to watch that fucking conversation. I was funny, I was like, I think it's gonna be fine. Oh without a doubt. It's been a pleasure. Thank you so much for the music over the years and I love the book and best of luck with everything. Man, you already know, man, I'm here whenever you want to do something, let's get some. Let's make some dope shit homie. I'm here. Let's do it. Let's do it. I love the fucking bas guitar. It's my favorite. It's just like it's your favorite. Let's go, let's turn up. I love the bass guitar. It's probably my favorite instrument to play. Rick Ross once told a story of putting the finishing touches on his album black market and at the very last minute he flew out his bass player to play on all the songs because he missed that feeling. That sound in the music from his earlier records. I knew we got along when I read that actually. This whole experience of hosting the fader uncovered for the past two seasons and living out all my teenage journal fantasies has been pretty wonderful. I'm not gonna lie, it's a lot of work. Mainly because I don't know how to do anything without over preparing to the hilt. Reading books, listening to entire back catalogs, watching docks, scouring the net. And then also writing these little break pieces hoping to keep you interested and entertained in your headphones or on the train or in the car wherever you might be. But I've also learned so much from these brilliant guests. I can't even sit down to meditate anymore without thinking of some sage advice from Jim James of my morning jacket. Be like the leaf. So this concludes season two of the fader uncovered with me Mark ronson. Our podcast is taking a short break and we'll return in early 2022. In the meantime, all episodes from season one and two are available wherever you get your podcasts. So thank you for listening. Take me out with the fader. Thanks again to Rick Ross for taking the time to talk with us. A special fader thank you to our Grammy and Oscar award winning host Mark ronson. Please visit the fader dot com slash podcasts to read the original cover story and check out a playlist of artists mentioned in this episode. If you like the show, please share it and review us on your favorite podcast app. Executive producers rob stone and John Cohen for the fader podcast network. Talent booking, Robert English. Producers, Alex Robert Ross, and Maddie Russell Shapiro. 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