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Jay-Z Offers to Help Amy Winehouse in Her New Album

April 2, 2009 (4:50 am) GMT
Amy Winehouse's new album may include contribution from Jay-Z as the rapper would 'love to work with her again.'

Hip-Hop mogul is willing to help English R&B/soul singer working on her new album. Opening it up to The Sun, Jay-Z says he is impressed with Amy's "powerful voice", which he describes as "distinctive and beautiful."

"Amy has a really powerful voice, it is so distinctive and beautiful," ' husband explains. "Hopefully in the future we could get together and work on some new material - I'd love to work with her again."

Jay-Z once contributed his vocals in the remix version of Amy Winehouse's single "Rehab" back in 2007. He has also lent a helping hand to such singers as , , Beyonce Knowles, , and many more.

As for Amy Winehouse, she has been busy recording new songs for the follow up of 2006 album "". A source said that she has "ditched her trademark vintage soul sound and is now heavily influenced by reggae" and made bosses in Island/Universal Records unhappy. But, the rumor was quickly denied and described as an "absolutely not true" report.

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