Clearing the record by the Amy Winehouse Foundation, Skepta uses the late singer’s vocals from the 2006 song, which was featured in her 2006 Back To Black album, NME reported.
Skepta, who released the newest single under his Más Tiempo house music label, previewed the song over the summer when he performed at the Glastonbury Festival back in June.
“When you get in there, it’s crazy because the music is hitting you from all these crazy angles,” he said in a recent interview with Notion. “We turned the booth up to the loudest and made sure the mixes were tight, but it was good man. It was a good experience.”
Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning at age 27 in 2011, according to People. Millions of fans, however, still continue to be touched by her music. Winehouse’s music video for “Back to Black” recently reached 1 billion views on YouTube.
“Happy Birthday Amy,” Ronson wrote on Instagram while sharing a clip of himself listening to Winehouse’s “You Know I’m No Good” track.