Superproducer Mark Ronson has been left out of work on Amy Winehouse’s new album – but he is still hopeful the singer will hire him to produce her tracks.
The pair collaborated on Winehouse’s second album, Back to Black, and went on to score a clutch of Grammy Awards, including a Best Producer prize for Ronson.
The duo subsequently went back to work, recording a theme tune to new Bond movie Quantum of Solace – but the song was eventually scrapped amid rumours they had fallen out.
Winehouse – who is currently recovering from an adverse reaction to prescription medication – is now said to be working on songs for a new LP.
But Ronson admits that he has had no further dealings with the troubled star’s new recordings.
He said: “I’m not sure where it (the album) is. I haven’t spoken to Amy in a few weeks, and I haven’t heard anything (saying) that she’s making a record or not. I think hopefully when she has ten songs or she’s ready to make a record she’ll call me and we’ll go and start how we did last time.”
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