Amy Winehouse tweets ‘You’re dead to me’ to Mark Ronson

by admin on September 20, 2010

Soul crooner and tabloid princess Amy Winehouse started an online feud with her "Back to Black" album producer Mark Ronson via Twitter late last week.

The tweet was sparked from an interview Ronson gave last Friday night on the UK television program Later…With Jools Holland. In the interview, Ronson explained to the talk show host how he used to work with Winehouse.

"Amy Winehouse would come to me with just a song and an acoustic guitar and then kind of you dream up the rhythm arrangement and track around it and you help arrange all sorts of things," Ronson said on the show.

Winehouse reportedly did not appreciate Ronson implying that he placed the finishing touches on the songs on the celebrated album and took to her personal Twitter account on Friday to voice her reaction.

"ronson you're dead to me; one album i write an you take half the credit- make a career out of it? don't think so BRUV," Winehouse wrote on her account. The tweet appeared on the singer's personal Twitter account @amyjademermaid, as opposed to her official and Twitter verified record label account, which is @amywinehouse and hasn't been updated since April 8.

Back to Black, which was released in 2006, has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide and produced such singles as "Rehab," "You Know I'm No Good," and "Back to Black." Those, along with three other songs on the album, were produced by Ronson.

When Ronson was asked by the UK newspaper The Sun about the Twitter incident that occurred last week the singer-producer replied, "I don't know anything about it."

Earlier this month it was revealed that Winehouse would sing new material on an upcoming Quincy Jones album titled "Q: Soul Bossa Nostra." According to the Associated Press, she'll be singing a rendition of Lesley Gore's "It's My Party" track, which was reportedly produced by Ronson.

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