Elizabeth Fu Staff Writer
Music producer Mark Ronson, one of the people behind late singer Amy Winehouse’s music, has confirmed that he does not plan to release any more of Winehouse’s unreleased tracks.
Winehouse died in 2011 of alcohol poisoning, as confirmed by several inquests. Although it was known that she suffered from drug abuse and alcoholism problems, her death still came as a shock to her fans and the music industry.
Ronson said that there were still multiple unheard tracks of hers, but they weren’t from their collaborative work. He also stated that he thought the only tracks Winehouse deemed finished should be granted a release.
“If it’s something she finished that [Winehouse’s producer] Salaam and her worked on, that Salaam knows she’s happy with, then that’s cool,” Ronson said.
The 37-year old producer also acknowledged Winehouse’s fans, admitting that it was ”very hard to maintain any kind of objectivity because so many people loved her.
"There’s so many people that would love to hear the table scraps of what she left because it was so good that it was better than most people’s albums," Ronson acquiesced.
June 23rd marks the second anniversary of Winehouse’s death, and fans and friends all over are remembering her musical legacy. This morning, actress Kelly Osbourne posted a captioned picture of her close friend on her Instagram.
The caption read: ”I miss you my dear friend! Thank you for all the good times and the bad… you made me a better person! You may not be here in person but you live on forever in my heart! I love you Amy! Until we met again.”