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Mark Ronson “Don’t Leave Me Lonely” Featuring Yebba

Today Academy, Grammy and Golden Globe-winning artist and producer, Mark Ronson, releases the third track “Don’t Leave Me Lonely” featuring Grammy-award winning artist, YEBBA, off his highly-anticipated fifth studio album, Late Night Feelings, out on June 21st via RCA Records.

“Don’t Leave Me Lonely” showcases YEBBA’s powerhouse voice and is one of three songs in a suite where YEBBA is featured on Late Night Feelings. 


Pre-Order Late Night Feelings here.  “Don’t Leave Me Lonely,” plus the previously released songs “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” featuring Miley Cyrus and “Late Night Feelings” featuring Lykke Li will be available for instant download with any album pre-order.


Late Night Feelings features collaborations with a diverse range of artists including Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, Miley Cyrus, YEBBA, Lykke Li, Angel Olson, King Princess, The Last Artful, Dodgr, Diana Gordon, and Ilsey. Find complete album track listing below.

Mark has described this album as a collection of “sad bangers,” and the new track, like much of the album, is emotionally complex and personal.

“Don’t Leave Me Lonely” comes on the heels of the title track, “Late Night Feelings” which has over 12 million streams and debuted to rave reviews, with Consequence of Sound calling it a “scorching contender for this year’s “Song of the Summer” and The Fader adding that “The song grabs ahold of the duo’s primal moonlit urges and spins ’em into disco oblivion.”  The premiere single from the album was 2018’s global smash “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” feat. Miley Cyrus, the platinum certified track that has garnered 332 million streams worldwide and over 100 million video views.

The new album comes after a landmark year for Ronson, winning an Academy Award, Golden Globe and Grammy Award for his work with Lady Gaga on “Shallow” from A Star Is Born.


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