According to reports, deceased singer Amy Winehouse may have unreleased recorded material for a posthumous album.

Her spokesman Chris Goodman said in a press release Thursday that she had left “plenty” of material behind for a full album, however nothing has been discussed officially just yet and it’s unclear how finished the tracks are.

Winehouse only released two albums in her career, but had been in the studio randomly over the past few years. She said a new album would appear by the end of last year or the top of this year, but it was never finished.

An unknown close spokesman close to record label Universal hinted on Thursday that Amy had left close to a dozen songs. When the Associated Press reached out to Universal for a statement they did not return their requests for comment.

Salaam Remi, producer on both Winehouse’s albums “Frank” and “Back to Black,” spoke to New York’s Power 105.1 DJ Kim Kane.

“We had a lot of things going, there are recordings, but first things first, I think,” he said. “We’re trying to focus on what’s at hand and what her family wants to do.”

Due to Winehouse’s untimely death … her estate has yet to approve the release of any material she has left behind.

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