Not many people could take such a beloved, recognizable song as Amy Winehouse's Back To Black and make it all their own!
But then again, not many people are Beyoncé, either!
The superstar's re-imagining of the dearly-departed instant classic has FINALLY premiered in full, and with the help of André 3000, has morphed what was originally an R&B-influenced jazz number into a melancholic, sultry, and dubstep-laden delight…perfect for the soundtrack to The Great Gatsby!
And even the original song's co-writer and producer, Mark Ronson, approves so much that he's the one who PREMIERED this new version on his show, EastVillageRadio.com…and unfortunately littered the track with tags! Boo!
"It's a wonderful…take on our song. I'm flattered and honored, I know Amy would be too."
Find out if you agree with his assessment (below)!
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