Quincy Jones Is A Big Fan Of Ronson

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Music mogul Quincy Jones "loves" the work of British producer Mark Ronson - despite the DJ breaking off his engagement with the legend's actress daughter. Jones, the superproducer behind Michael Jackson's hit album Thriller, admits he is a big fan of the Valarie hitmaker and doesn't blame him for dumping daughter Rashida - because their split was down to the pressures of their thriving careers. He says, "I love Mark. Especially his work with Amy Winehouse. He's a very special kid. "As for his relationship with Rashida, he was a young guy, starting his career at a time when you're not thinking about settling down." Ronson, 32, ended his romance with The Office star in 2004 - exactly one year (03) after proposing to the 31-year-old.


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