He failed to make a splash with his 2003 debut, Here Comes the Fuzz, but Mark Ronson broke through several years later. He charted with a few singles off his sophomore project, 2007's Version, and saw his production work reach the mainstream. In particular, he saw his stock rise when Amy Winehouse's Back to Black took hit it big with 2007 single "Rehab." From there, Ronson's résumé continued to grow as he began working on his third project, Record Collection. Like his previous efforts, he again looks to blend funk, electronica, hip-hop, and rock with a slew of guests, such as Q-Tip and MNDR, and bass-heavy beats.