Amy Winehouse’s Former producer Salaam Remi shared an emotional voicemail from the late singer on the 11th anniversary of her death.
In the clip shared on Remi’s InstagramWinehouse says, “I miss you, call me, where are you,” before singing, “call me back, if you don’t, I don’t know what to do.”
“MissYaLilSis… 7.23.11,” he wrote in the caption.
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Remi was a producer for Winehouse for her 2003 debut album ‘Frank’.
The singer, who passed away at the age of 27, was known for her unique musical style that blends genres such as soul, rhythm, blues and jazz.
Her first album was an instant success and her second album, ‘Back to Black’, which included the hit ‘Rehab’, became one of the best-selling albums in UK history.
Throughout her career, Winehouse struggled with alcohol and drug addiction, as well as mental health issues including depression and eating disorders.
Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning on July 23, 2011.
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Last month, music producer Mark Ronson share his experience co-wrote and produced one of Winehouse’s hits ‘Back to Black’, and even revealed previously unheard songs from the singer.
“Amy came to my studio here. We met for the first time and I immediately fell in love with her,” said Ronson.
“She played me all this great ’60s music, and she left, and I was so inspired, and I came up with this piano right here.”
He then plays the song’s piano riff and shares clips of Winehouse’s slightly different lyrics.
“A little more demo magic from the Queen,” wrote Ronson.
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