Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars are taking us back to the golden age of '70s funk with their new track, 'Uptown Funk.'

Co-written and co-produced by both Ronson and Mars, this is the first time we've heard from Mars since he dropped his 2012 album, 'Unorthodox Jukebox.' The singer brings the soul with a booming horn section and a catchy hook. You'll know most of the lyrics after just one listen.

"I’m too hot (hot damn) / Called a police and a fireman / I’m too hot (hot damn) / Make a dragon wanna retire man / I’m too hot (hot damn) (hot damn) / Bitch, say my name you know who I am / I’m too hot (hot damn) / Am I bad 'bout that money / Break it down," Mars sings over a melody that sounds similar to a Chic or Rick James track.

'Uptown Funk' is the first song off Ronson's forthcoming album, 'Uptown Special,' which is set to release on Jan. 27 via RCA Records.

You'll get the chance to see Ronson and Mars play this tune live along with another on 'Saturday Night Live' Nov. 22. According to Rolling Stone, they will be joined by a "very special guest."

Listen to Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Funk' Feat. Bruno Mars