Amy Winehouse’s earnings have quadruple since her untimely death. The English singer songwriter known for her deep contralto vocals and her eclectic mix of musical genres, including rhythm and blues, soul, jazz and reggae’s death in 2011 moved her fans to get all her music that they could purchase. In new documents, obtained by Britain’s The Sun, reveal Winehouse’s company Cherry Westfield had posted profits of around one point eight million dollars for the eighteen months leading up to April, 2013.
This makes it around four times the amount of four hundred and eleven thousand seven hundred and sixty five dollars (£257,353) which was recorded for the period of twelve month which ended in November, 2011.
The British singer died in July, 2011, and fans subsequently flocked to buy her recordings, pushing them up the U.K. charts, while an album of previously unreleased material, titled Lioness: Hidden Treasures, scored her a posthumous number one in December, 2011.
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