Amy Winehouse has a new mentor - Michael Jackson's legendary music producer Quincy Jones.
The Back To Black singer met the iconic producer in June (08) at Nelson Mandela's birthday concert in London.
The star was rumoured to be teaming up with Mark Ronson to record a song for a forthcoming Quincy Jones tribute album.
And now it has been revealed that Winehouse is actually working with the man himself, reportedly recording music for her new album.
A source tells British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, "Quincy has taken her under his wing and put her back on the wagon. The two are collaborating on one or two projects and if anyone can save a talent like Amy, then it is Q."
A spokesman for Winehouse confirms, "They met at the Nelson Mandela concert in the summer and got chatting. He's a big fan of hers and she him."
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