British singer Amy Winehouse is apparently heading back to the studio to record new material after enjoying a holiday in the Caribbean.
The singer is desperate to re-establish herself and is planning to fly back to the U.K. to begin work on a new album.
"Amy has been calling industry colleagues and telling them to start preparing because she''s back,” Contactmusic quoted a source as telling Daily Express.
“She''s singing new material over the phone to them and telling them to get working on it. She desperately wants to re-establish herself as a serious musician."
A close pal of the singer said, "Amy is definitely getting back to work. Her manager was in St. Lucia over the weekend talking to her about organising studio time and putting together her band. She''s got a lot of songs written."