According to SPIN, Mitch Winehouse, the father of the late Amy Winehouse, said that his daughter has enough recorded material to put out one or two more posthumous albums. Mitch noted that the majority of the recorded songs are covers, and stated that he doesn’t want to put them out in a way that would rip off fans.
“When her fans are so precious to us we don’t want to put out our dross,” said the singer’s father.
Amy Winehouse’s first post-mortem release Lioness: Hidden Treasures was her best U.S. debut and topped the U.K. charts. She likely wont have the mysteriously prolific post-death output of Tupac Shakur, but at least fans will have something to look forward to from the troubled legend. Could a hologram be next?