Amy Winehouse Songs

Amy Winehouse Songs

Amy Winehouse Songs

This infographic highlights the top 20 songs featuring Amy Winehouse. The graphic identifies the date of release, iTunes rating out of 5 stars, and what genre the song falls into.

Rehab, You Know I’m No Good, Back to Black, Tears Dry on Their Own, Love Is a Losing Game

While Amy Winehouse had dropped her debut album Frank in 2003, it wasn’t until the release of her 2006 sophomore LP Back to Black that the singer-songwriter had landed her first Top 10 hit. Part of what made Winehouse such an alluring artist was her unwavering candor, and her first Top 10 single, “Rehab,” offered just that. Winehouse’s fervent defiance about her substance issues paired with her syrupy pop hooks helped “Rehab” land at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.  

Valerie, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?, Cupid, It’s My Party

Not every artist can pull off the art of making a cover as good (if not better than) the original. But Winehouse’s gritty, powerhouse vocals and charm pulled it off. With “Valerie” – a song originally recorded by English indie rockers The Zutons in 2006 – it was near-impossible to believe that the song wasn’t her’s, let alone Mark Ronson’s cover with an assist from Winehouse. Thanks to the singer’s bluesy vocals, Winehouse and Ronson’s rendition of “Valerie” soared to No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart in 2007. 

Between the Cheats, Stronger Than Me, Some Unholy War, in My Bed, You Sent Me Flying, Me & Mr. Jones

Throughout her brief career, she perfected the art of the kiss-off, as the best Amy Winehouse songs attest. Whether it was a cheating ex or someone trying to tell her what to do, the singer never held back her feelings. “Between the Cheats” – a song from Winehouse’s posthumous collection Lioness: Hidden Treasures – is an impassioned, doo-wop-soaked ditty filled with contempt for a cheating lover and Winehouse’s crippling despair.  


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