Nas teams up with the late Amy Winehouse on a new song from his new album called “Cherry Wine.”

Produced by Salaam Remi, the track — which follows the release of Nas and Winehouse’s first collaboration “Like Smoke” — is set to appear on the rapper’s upcoming tenth studio album “Life is Good,” which will be released on July 17th.

Remi, who has been working with Amy Winehouse ever since her 2003 debut album “Frank,” has said that he believes the late singer is destined to motivate aspiring artists in the same way that established legends inspired her.

“Amy is going to inspire a bunch of kids that aren’t even born yet — the same way she was inspired by Donny Hathaway, or Billie Holliday, or many different artists that came and passed away before she was born,” he said not long after her death last July. “At the end of the day, what she’s been able to do in her musical legacy is going to last very long. And someone will be inspired.”

Take a listen to Nas and Amy Winehouse’s new collaboration “Cherry Wine” below:

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