AMY WINEHOUSE has drafted in extra help as she rushes to complete her new album - she has reportedly persuaded superproducer MARK RONSON to revive their music partnership.
Ronson produced a number of tracks on the pop star's 2006 record Back To Black, winning a coveted Grammy award for Producer of the Year for the collaboration.
The pair was rumoured to have fallen out after Ronson claimed their attempt to record a Bond theme song last summer (08) was scrapped as the troubled singer was "not ready to work on music yet".
But Ronson has now agreed to work with the Rehab hitmaker again after she managed to kick her addictions during a recent break in the Caribbean, according to U.K. newspaper The Sun.
A source tells the publication, "Mark does not have fond memories of collaborating with Amy last year. He said he wouldn’t work with her again until she had her drug problems under control. He thinks she’s much better now so has agreed to come on board and do a little work with her on some of her songs.”