Amy Winehouse Follow Up Album In Jeopardy

Amy Winehouse has recorded just two songs in six months – sparking fears that her third album will be scrapped. According to The Sun, the “Rehab” star has struggled to concentrate on her music career as she battles drink and drug addictions, on top of a host of health problems – even though she was expected to release another LP this year. Now it has emerged she has barely managed a start on the follow up to 2006 smash-hit album Back to Black – and the record may be shelved until she is ready to commit to the project. “With all the problems surrounding her personal issues and addictions, we are really concerned it will never get finished” a source told The Sun. “If six months produces two half-baked tracks, how long will an album take? Unless she sorts herself out and gets some focus it might never happen.”


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