Amy Winehouse Returns to Music With "It's My Party" Cover
She's baaaaaaaaack! Or is she? We can't decide: Amy Winehouse has long been absent from the music scene as she battles her various drug and relationship demons (Yes, we count Blake Fielder-Civil as a demon), and now she's trying for the first step of her comeback with a cover of "It's My Party" for a Quincy Jones tribute album. New York magazine's Culture Vulture has posted the song, produced by her former ally, now sometime Twitter enemy, Mark Ronson.
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But while NYMag seems to hand it to Amy for sounding like she's back on track with this particular track, we think she sounds a little sloppy, and frankly, still a bit out of it.
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Listen below — do you think Amy's making a comeback? Let your voice be heard in the comments!
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