Amy Winehouse’s rebellious “Rehab” single was a blunt and honest reflection on her issues with addiction. Winehouse’s father and management told her to enter treatment for alcohol addiction and she discussed their plea with producer Mark Ronson. She wrote her response to the request which was “No, No, No,” in
[youtube id=”TJAfLE39ZZ8″]Amy Winehouse’s “Back To Black” was a part of her album of the same name that remixed her love of throwback sounds of the ’60s. Mark Ronson co-wrote the song about heartbreak with Winehouse and produced it using Motown, Phil Spector and Sharon Jones’ James Brown-influenced band the Dap-Kings.
[youtube id=”2yCIwmNuLE”] Amy is a documentary about the late singer Amy Winehouse directed by Asif Kapadia and it contains rare footage of her life and unheard recordings. Amy will debut in the U.K. on July 3rd. Related posts: Soul Power: Meet The Stars FunkJazz Kafe: Diary Of A Decade (Trailer)
[youtube]6903zFUIxoU[/youtube] Nas is a bartender who takes home the girl while Amy Winehouse’s hologram-like image sings off a brick wall in the “Cherry Wine” video that is reminiscent of Sade’s early videos. Related posts: K’Naan & Nas-Nothing To Lose Nas-Daughters Nas And Lauryn Hill At Summer Jam 2012 Throwback: DJ