A source close to the label of Amy Winehouse has revealed that there are a dozen unreleased tracks performed by the singer who died just last week. A tribute album could emerge in the coming months.
When an artist dies, we always find some demos of songs that have never left. Amy Winehouse is no exception to the rule. Just a week after the announcement of her death, a source close to the Island label stated that there are twelve new tracks able to be exploited in the future, which suggests the creation of a posthumous album that could emerge in the coming months. When you know that album sales of the star were multiplied by 37 since July 23, it is to doubt that it will sell like patty cakes.
Too abrupt withdrawal
Especially as the case of Amy Winehouse continues too much attention, while the causes of his death remain unexplained, the wild rumors circulating on the net. The immediate family of the singer continues to support the thesis of heart attack and said his death was caused by a too abrupt stop his drinking. Amy had in fact decided to stop drinking, no longer stand his condition. And the repercussions of this sudden sobriety would have been fatal.