Amy Winehouse’s family decides there will be no more releases from the singer.
This news was announced by her father, Mitch, after unveiling a statue of her last September 14, which was her 31st birthday.
Her family doesn’t want to rip people off by re-releasing the music superstar’s old tracks.
Amy Winehouse died at a young age of 27 in July 2011. She has been battling with dugs and alcohol in the later parts of her life. A compilation album called Lioness: Hidden Treasures was released several months after she died, which put her back to the top of the charts.
After that, there are a lot of fans hoping for another release. But they have been shut off by her father, Mitch, who insisted no more releases from her daughter.
Mitch said they don’t want to release new albums that are different renditions of her Back to Black because they don’t want to rip people off.
Music Producer Mark Ronson supports the family saying there is nothing left to release. He heard that there are still some materials that remain, but not from their collaboration with the late artist together.
He said future releases are up to her family to decide.