Deceased "Rehab" singer Amy Winehouse reminds the world what it lost on track from Nas' new album
Amy Winehouse may have died nearly a year ago, but she's not done gracing the world with her ample musical talents just yet.
Winehouse — who died last July at the age of 27 — posthumously appears on a track off of Nas' upcoming album "Life Is Good." While the title of the song, "Cherry Wine," might be unfortunate, given that alcohol played a significant role in Winehouse's death, but the track offers a reminder of the vocal prowess that she possessed.
Winehouse's contribution to the track addresses loneliness and, seemingly, the desire to drown one's sorrows in alcohol:
"Where is he
The man who's just like me
Heard he is hiding somewhere I can't see
And I'm alone
And I realize that when I get home
I wanna go through my red and my cherry
Yes I'm alone"
Check out the track below.
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