Amy Winehouse’s Posthumous Duet With Nas, ‘Cherry Wine’ (Audio)

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.

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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"

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Check out the track below.