Grammy award winning singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse has confirmed that her long awaited third album is due to be released within the next six months. It's been an eventful four years since the singer released her critically acclaimed Back to Black album back in 2006 which has now sold over ten million copies worldwide, but Amy seems to have got her life back on track. Her new boyfriend film director REG TRAVISS is apparently moving in with the 'Rehab' star in what is looking like a new chapter in her turmoil filled life.
A source recently told the Daily Mirror "It's been an incredible past few weeks for Amy. She has completely turned her life around. It has been a long time coming - and she's been writing songs for what seems an eternity - but finally Amy is satisfied and believes she has an album worthy of a four-year wait."
It is going to be a hard act to follow a five Grammy award winning album but Winehouse has re-enlisted the help of producer SALAAM REMI, who collaborated with her on 'Back to Black' as well as her debut album 'Frank'. When asked about the forthcoming release Island Records boss DARCUS BEESE told BBC news "I've heard a couple of song demos that absolutely floored me," he said. "Hopefully we'll have her album next year." he also added that that the writing and recording of the album had been "in fits and starts". This may well account for such a long gap between albums.
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