There will be no (other) posthumous album of Amy Winehouse. No bottom drawer album, a bit annoying, especially designed to enrich a record company. To be sure, David Joseph, the boss of Universal in Britain preferred to destroy the demos of the singer.
“Morally, this is what he had to do,” Does -he explained in Billboard . David Joseph is executive producer Asif Kapadia’s documentary entitled Amy , released in theaters on 8 July.
“She had written 14 songs”
On July 23, 2011 Amy Winehouse was found dead at her home in London. The singer had several ongoing projects, including working on an album. “She was probably finished the writing process, some weeks before dying, recalls the rap producer Salaam Remi in Billboard. From what I could see, she had 14 songs.”
In late 2011, when the fate posthumous album of the singer, Lioness: Hidden Treasures , produced by Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, he had warned that it would be the first and last compilation unreleased tracks of alcoholic diva. “It’s not like Tupac,” Bush said. The rapper murdered in 1996, has released since his death seven studio albums, 10 compilations, two remix albums, an original soundtrack and a live DVD.