Amy Winehouse has been working on her newest album, gearing up for her Strictly Come Dancing appearance, and of course staying sober. A new way Amy is seeking to stay out of trouble? She's hired a healer. Amy met Peter Hippolyte while she was staying in St. Lucia and he's now saying that he is going to London to help out the troubled singer.
Amy Winehouse may have just released a video of herself rapping - the first new material we've heard from her for some time - but according to Lethal Bizzle, she's still not ready to finish her long-awaited new album.
Yeesh! Former singer and current train wreck Amy Winehouse recently spent a screechy, ear-splitting night rapping. It's on video. And it's just awful. Watch as the nearly incomprehensible Winehouse lays down sick rhymes, like "Listen. I can write ten raps a night, it don't matter, but you know that it's tight." She also describes herself as a "Jewmaican." She did this all with the singer Zalon, who really should have stopped her.
We've seen the Kim Kardashian sex tape. We're read a review of the Dustin Diamon Dirty Sanchez video. We've watched George W. Bush try to pronounce the world "nuclear." But what follows is the most disturbing footage we've ever witnessed or heard about. Joining random singer Zalon in a jam session, Amy Winehouse busts into a rap/incoherent set of drug-induced ramblings below. Memorable lines include: I never knew. I never knew that I, well,
Think rapping is easier than singing? Watch this video and think again. Amy Winehouse, hard at work on her long-awaited follow-up to Back To Black, has posted a taste of her rhyme-slinging skills and...well..."Well, I know that I'm a Jew. Well, a Jew-maican. Anyway if you can...smoke bacon, then...uh...I reckon that...uh..." Chris Martin, all is forgiven. Could be worse, though - at least
Click here to view the embedded video. Video evidence suggests the singer, who describes herself as a "jewmaican", is appalling. Check one of her rhymes after the jump. "Listen. I can write ten raps a night, it don't matter, but you know that it's tight" she raps at ear splitting volume.
Amy "Jewmaican" Winehouse attempted to rap while a singer named Zalon sang in the background. Beautiful, clever, coherent. Her singing was the complete opposite of those things. She started the rap off with "Nah, I cood write ten bout waps at night. Get dog a uh dog bites at night." Then Zalon took over with actual singing. But hold on, Amy wasn't done delivering her lyrical masterpiece just yet. In the middle,
Lately, it seems like Amy Winehouse is less troubled. We don't see daily pictures of a bra-clad Amy stumbling around the streets of Camden with a bag of crisps in her sore-ridden hands. So, it makes one curious: What is Ames doing these days? Uh, rapping. Winehouse has decided to try a new genre of music. Lyrics such as, "Listen. I can write ten raps a night, it don't matter but you know that it's tight," and
Amy Winehouse is sending love notes to her ex-husband via the internet.The 'Rehab' singer - whose divorce from Blake Fielder-Civil was finalised in August - spent yesterday morning (30.09.09) reminiscing with her former spouse through social networking website Facebook.She wrote on his page: "I found a picture of you three boys in our old bathroom