Following her recent untimely death, a dozen of never before heard Amy Winehouse tracks may be released to the public. The news comes less than a week after the singer's troubling death at the age of 27.
According to a source through MSNBC, Amy Winehouse "had put down the bare bones of tracks and some were further along than others." It is believed these twelve tracks would have marked Amy's full-length album return to the music scene. Winehouse has not released an album since her 2006 smash, "Back to Black" which blasted her into international fame.
The singer, most known for her now ironic hit, "Rehab" struggled deeply with alcohol and drug addiction until her premature death in London last week.
Leading up to her death, a source at The Guardian released Amy's sentiments on recording again, " Amy had expressed an interest in getting back into the studio, and after some consultation everyone thought that would be a positive thing and a distraction from the other things she was dealing with."
Although the potential 12 tracks won't offer a finished product, they will serve as a posthumous relic and cornerstone for the legacy Amy Winehouse leaves behind.