Amy Winehouse’s Posthumous Material Beginning To Surface (LISTEN)

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Amy Winehouse’s posthumous third album, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, isn’t out until December 6, but the two tracks released today prove that listeners may have a lot to look forward to.

The first track, “Our Day Will Come” is a reggae cover of the classic ’60s song by Ruby & The Romantics, recorded back in May 2002.

The second, “Like Smoke”, is a collaboration with rapper Nas, who Amy name-dropped in Back to Black’s “Me & Mr. Jones.”

Amy’s soulful voice opens the jazzy, retro-soul song, with Nas rapping over the second verse. Despite being recorded in May 2008, the song is highly relevant today, with lyrics mentioning “protesting at Wall Street” and the “bourgeoisie”. 

Listen HERE for the Nas track, and HERE for the “Our Day Will Come” song. 

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