While Amy Winehouse produced a substantial debut with favorite ballads which include “Rehab,” this isn’t the sole thing the British singer has grabbed the media’s focus with. She, just like several other people today, fought with an addiction to alcohol consumption and substances. Living the lifestyle of partying made her lose control of almost everything, convincing her to initiate therapy. Lamentably, Winehouse left right after getting into the program without graduating from it.
Her gaunt looks, which had been linked to the alcohol and drug addiction, guided many fans and industry professionals to remain quite uneasy for her. Even though she’d gained a bit of the weight again and appeared somewhat more healthy, she’d not released any hits, and it seemed as if she had simply disappeared from the music stage. As her supporters anxiously awaited a recovery, she in the long run lost her struggle with substance addiction and sadly, she was found dead in her London apartment on July 23, 2011.