Amy Winehouse has backed out of plans to record a track for the next James Bond flick, The Quantum of Solace, after a furious studio battle with her producer, Mark Ronson. Crackhouse is outraged by comments Ronson made on British television show Sky News, claiming it was unlikely work on the Quantum of Solace track would continue “unless by some miracle of science it gets recorded and someone sings a vocal on it.” “We did work on it but we never finished it so that’s about it…I’m not sure she’s ready to work on music yet.”Mark said.
“That is unhelpful, to say the very least,” an Amy insider revealed to
the British press on Saturday. “Amy and the rest of the team are furious by what Ronson has said….Amy wasn’t happy with the finished product and let her feelings known. The whole things smacks of sour grapes. Amy is more than capable of working at the moment despite a turbulent few weeks. In fact, throwing herself into her music is very much an escape for her at the moment.”
Have we heard our last Winehouse/Ronson collabo?