She wrote on Twitter: “Ronson I love you; that make it better? You know I love you.”
Ronson produced six tracks on her Back to Black album and got a co-writing credit on the track of the same name.
On 17 September Winehouse tweeted: “Ronson you’re dead to me” and said he had taken too much credit for the album after he did a TV interview.’Too much credit’Ronson told Jools Holland on Friday: “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.”
Winehouse responded on Twitter, saying: “Ronson you’re dead to me; one album I write and you take half the credit – make a career out of it? Don’t think so bruv.” Speaking to BBC Breakfast on Tuesday (21 September), he admitted being connected with such a popular album had definitely boosted his popularity and he owes much of his success to the singer.He said: “I’ve always been really candid about saying that Amy is the reason I am on the map.”If it wasn’t for the success of Back To Black, no one would have cared too much about Version (Ronson’s second album).”He also indicated that he might get in touch with Winehouse to clear the air: “Amy is a friend and I think that’s something I should discuss with her personally,” he said.
Two years ago Ronson denied the pair had fallen out after they dropped plans to produce a theme to the James Bond film, Quantum of Solace.
In July it was revealed they had worked together again on a track for a tribute album to the legendary producer Quincy Jones. Mark Ronson’s record label have declined to comment.
(taken from BBC Newsbeat)