With her friends, fans and family still in shock over her passing this weekend, various issues regarding the future of Amy Winehouse‘s music have arisen today.
One of which includes the possible release of never before heard music she recorded after the release of last album ‘Back To Black’.
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Earlier this year, various people close to Amy revealed details regarding the now controversial effort, including the performer’s Goddaughter Dionne Bromfield who described the LP as ‘very good’.
She told Digital Spy, “I have heard it, and it’s very good! I hear she’s touring a few places in Europe soon, too, but I don’t know where. Obviously I’m saying no more!”.
Reported to have spent two years working on the project, Winehouse is said to have recorded more than enough material for an entire album to be put together, with many of her fans are hoping will be released posthumously.
However, with no confirmation as to how complete the material is or even to what extent Amy was happy with what she recorded, various issues that arose after the death of Michael Jackson have also arisen with regards to what releasing this new music could mean.
For unlike many of her lesser counterparts, Ms.Winehouse was a creator through and through, in control of the music she released and how she released it.
With her previous material returning to chart glory in response to her death, many fans have expressed fears that any new music released by her estate will be for the sole purpose of providing further monetary gain for her label and whoever is placed in charge of her business affairs.