Sales of Amy Winehouse’s music have sky-rocketed since her sudden death on Saturday (July 23).
The singer was found dead at her flat in London. She was 27.
Winehouse’s most coveted album, 2006’s ‘Back To Black’, is currently at number one on the iTunes chart in both the UK and US.
Sales of her debut album ‘Frank’ are also performing strongly, while her singles, including her most infamous hit ‘Rehab’, have also proved popular with fans eager to celebrate her musical legacy.
Tributes have been paid from around the world – from celebrities to music stars.
Her record label Universal said it was "deeply saddened at the sudden loss of such a gifted musician, artist and performer".
Mark Ronson said Winehouse’s sudden death was “one of the saddest days of my life”, while Lily Allen said it was “beyond sad”.