Winehouse records cover version for tribute album

Winehouse records cover version for tribute album

Amy Winehouse has been back in the studio with DJ and producer Mark Ronson.

She has put her spin on 'It's My Party', for a new Quincy Jones' tribute album, released in November.

It will be the first song Winehouse has released since Valerie in 2007.

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