It’s been a decade sincemade headlines with her second commercial album, “Back to Black,” but her collection of songs about heartbreak and addiction remain close to fans’ hearts.
The album, which was released in the U.K. 10 years ago today, achieved both critical and commercial success, gaining multi-platinum status and winning Winehouse a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Artist.
The 27-year-old singerago, on July 23, 2011, from alcohol poisoning.
In honor of the album’s 10th anniversary, fans took to Twitter to celebrate the late chanteuse and her groundbreaking work.
Many cited it as having helped them during emotionally challenging times in their lives:
Others deemed it among their favorite albums, and lamented how short Winehouse’s life was:
One fan remarked upon the privilege of having lived at the same time as her:
Judging by the social media reaction, Winehouse’s legacy is alive and well.