Ryan Gosling has delivered a lengthy speech to acknowledge the incredible work of Grammy winner Mark Ronson in Barbie.
Mark was one of the artists who composed popular tracks of hit movie Barbie.
Gosling appreciated Mark while presenting him an award at Variety‘s Hitmakers event.
The La La Land artist began the monologue with “I’m here to introduce someone who actually needs no introduction. We all know who he is, we’ve always known who he is. Even if we didn’t really, we knew he was that well-dressed dude, intentionally avoiding the spotlight to instead be the creative force behind award-winning hits from multiple artists, and collaborating with everyone, from Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Adele, Duran Duran, Diplo and of course, Amy Winehouse.”
He continued, “What’s Kenning, other than another random word I made up? It’s a verb. To Ken is to give more than is necessary or required to reflect so that others might shine. Well, I don’t know how to better describe Mark Ronson better than that.
Gosling revealed that it was Mark who made Ken, a character in Barbie, famous in the world.
Before the renowned producer, Ken was “ just this 70-year-old crotchless doll with no house, no car, no job, and no voice.”
Ken won several awards after “meeting Mark Ronson, and his life changed forever.”
“He’s just the latest in a long line of those who Marc has lent his creativity, generosity and infinite talent to synthesize their essence into music. And believe me, if you’ve ever had your essence synthesized into music by Marc Ronson, you’d want to give him an award too,” Gosling continued.
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