The Grammy winner has been in the studio with her producer pal Mark Ronson

April 15, 2008 05:20 PM

Amy Winehouse has been hitting the studio to work on some new songs – but not for the newest James Bond film as had been rumored, her rep tells PEOPLE.

“Amy has been in the studio working on songs for her new album with Mark Ronson. Recording for anything else is pure speculation,” says her rep.

Indeed, the five-time Grammy winner is teaming up once again with her pal Ronson, who won the Grammy for producer of the year recently.

“She just went into the studio to record with Mark two or three weeks ago. She was writing in her home studio before that,” adds the rep.

While no date has been set for the album’s release, Winehouse is set to play six festival dates in Europe and the U.K. this summer, kicking off with the Rock in Rio festival in Lisbon, Portugal, in May.

Though the songstress has publicly expressed heartbreak over her husband Blake Fielder-Civil’s incarceration on charges of conspiring to pervert the course of justice, a source says, “Amy is doing well without Blake. She is productive.” On Winehouse’s personal well being and health the insider adds, “She’s still working on her rehab slowly and surely.”

Reporting by Marisa Laudadio

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