Reports out of England suggest that Paul McCartney will team with Mark Ronson on his next album. McCartney hired Ronson -- the son-in-law of Foreigner's Mick Jones -- to DJ at his 2011 wedding to Nancy Shevell, and the two recently spent a week recording in New York according to Britain's Sunday Mirror. A source told the paper that, "They went to the studio and started knocking about together to see what they can do together. Everybody's really excited about the prospect of Mark working with Paul. Paul respects Mark's knowledge and is wanting to produce a classic album with a young hip edge. And obviously Mark is over the moon to be working with a Beatle." Ronson won a Grammy Award for Producer of the Year in 2008; he's best-known for helming the late Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" but has produced albums for numerous other artists. McCartney's next set will be the follow-up to this year's pop standards collection "Kisses On The Bottom."