No plans for posthumous album: Mitch Winehouse

Amy Winehouse's father Mitch has said that there are no plans to release new music from the late singer.

No plans for posthumous album: Mitch Winehouse
Mitch Winehouse poses for a picture with a statue of his late daughter, Amy Winehouse after it was unveiled in Camden's Stables Market, in London.

London: Amy Winehouse's father Mitch has said that there are no plans to release new music from the late singer.

He said he is not interested in 'ripping people off' by releasing new versions of her hits, reported Digital Spy.

"We're not about to put out new albums with different takes on Back To Black. She probably did 15 different versions, but we wouldn't do that. It's not fair, we don't want to rip people off. I would say there is no more new music," he said.

A posthumous compilation album, titled Lioness: Hidden Treasures, was released in December 2011.

It featured songs chosen by Mark Ronson, Salaam Remi and Winehouse's family, and peaked at number one in the UK music charts.

Winehouse died in 2011 at the age of 27 from accidental alcohol poisoning. She suffered from both drug and alcohol addiction throughout her life.

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