London, Oct 3 : It looks like Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson have patched up things, for the dynamic duo are teaming up again to record a track for a tribute album to music legend Quincy Jones.
The pair fell out after Ronson got infuriated by the singer's erratic behaviour and decided to abandon the project for the title track to the forthcoming James Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
The decision reportedly caused a gap between the two close friends and the conflict ended with the track going to Alicia Keys and Jack White instead.
"It's going to be explosive stuff," the Mirror quoted an insider, as saying. "Amy first met Quincy backstage at the Nelson Mandela gig in Hyde Park in June.
"He knew who she was and she was so thrilled to meet him. Her performance clearly impressed him - he was raving about her. This is just the opportunity she needs to show the world she has still got it," the insider added.
Other celebrities reportedly on the album include Mariah Carey, Usher and John Mayer, so the pressure is on for Winehouse and Ronson to create some dynamite material.