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July 26, 2011  | by: Kiara Wright

Amy Winehouse

After the shocking death of 27-year-old Amy Winehouse early Saturday morning, it’s no surprise that her 2007 album, “Back to Black,” climbed to the No.1 spot on iTunes, also scoring No.1 in countries like the UK, Greece, Italy, Canada, France, and Germany.

Rehab,” Winehouse’s first U.S. smash hit, jumped to No.10 on the iTunes music video list Saturday afternoon.This record placed the English songwriter in the front running with six Grammy nominations. With five wins, Winehouse was the first British female artist to do so.

With only two albums released, Winehouse has clearly made a name for herself and has set the bar high for English singers to have their voices heard by audiences everywhere. Her true talent shines in the midst of joy and sorrow.

Winehouse’s bold and daring spirit will forever impact societies around the world.

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