Amy Winehouse's Dad: "There Is No More New Music"
Mitch Winehouse has revealed he doesn't want to "rip people off" by promising more posthumous releases from the late Camden queen...
Amy Winehouse's father Mitch has stated there are no plans to release new music from his late daughter.
During an interview with BBC Newsbeat, Mitch explained: "We're not about to put out new albums with different takes on Back To Black. She probably did 15 different versions, but we wouldn't do that."It's not fair, we don't want to rip people off. I would say there is no more new music."
A posthumous LP, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, was previously released in December 2011, with it featuring songs selected by her family and producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi. The collection went on to hit No.1 in the UK, also debuting in fifth position on the US chart.
Mitch's comments come after a bronze statue of the Rehab singer was unveiled in Camden on Sunday (September 14) - which would have been Winehouse's 31st birthday.