On Tuesday night, the airwaves of BBC’s Radio 1 were soothed by the crooning sounds of the late Amy Winehouse’s vocal talent.
Only 27 years old, Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning in her home on July 2011.
Before she passed away, the five-time Grammy Award-winning British singer collaborated with rapper, Nas, under the guidance of producer, Salaam Remi. We’ve already heard the duo’s first joint project, “Like Smoke,” from Winehouse’s posthumous album Lioness: Hidden Treasures. Their second collaboration was on a track called “Cherry Wine,” which has finally been released. The song will appear on Nas’ tenth studio album, Life is Good, which is set to be released on July 17th.