Last week, the world was treated to a new track from the soundtrack for the upcoming film adaptation of "The Great Gatsby." The song, which is a cover of the late Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" by Beyonce and Andre 3000, received mixed reviews -- but by far one of the harshest critics has been Winehouse's own father, who called the version "terrible."
According to Rolling Stone, Mitch Winehouse didn't take issue with the entire song, or even the fact that it was being covered. In fact, the problem Winehouse saw with the son was Andre 3000's involvement.
"I just heard the Andre part of Back to Black. Terrible. He should have let Beyonce do it all," Winehouse tweeted.
Mark Ronson, the producer of the original song, disagrees. He debuted the song on his radio show Friday night, calling it "wonderful."
The "Gatsby" soundtrack, which is being produced by Jay-Z, will be released on May 7th.