Have you heard these Songs About Amy? We bet you'll find some new tunes. Here are 15 of our favorites.
From the album, Version, released on April 16, 2007
"Valerie (feat. Amy Winehouse)" is a song recorded by English musician Mark Ronson, featuring vocals by Amy Winehouse. It was released on 27 August 2007 as the second single from Ronson's second studio album, Version (2007). The song peaked at number nine on the UK Singles Chart and number two on the UK R&B Chart. Ronson and Winehouse wrote the song with its producer, Salaam Remi. "Valerie" was originally recorded by Winehouse for her second studio album, Back to Black (2006), but was ultimately left off the final track list. Ronson released his own version of the song in 2007, featuring new vocals from Winehouse. The song samples "The Zutons'" 2006 single "Valerie". "Valerie (feat. Amy Winehouse)" received positive reviews from music critics. Many praised Winehouse's vocals, while others praised the song's production. The song won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards.
From the album, Back To Black (Deluxe Edition), released in 2006
The song "Valerie - Live At BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, London / 2007" by Amy Winehouse is a live performance of the song "Valerie" originally recorded by The Zutons. The song was recorded live at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge in London in 2007.
From the album, Circus (Deluxe Version), released on December 2, 2008
"If U Seek Amy" is a song by American singer Britney Spears from her sixth studio album Circus (2008). It was written by Alexander Kronlund, Savan Kotecha, and Max Martin, with additional writing by Kesha, and produced by Martin and Klas Åhlund. The song is an uptempo dance-pop and electropop track with influences of Eurodance and disco. Its lyrics are suggestive and revolve around the double entendre of the phrase "F-U-C-K Me". The song was met with mixed reactions from contemporary music critics and was banned from many radio stations in the United States. Despite its controversy, "If U Seek Amy" was a success worldwide, reaching the top-ten in countries such as Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom and the top-twenty in Australia, Belgium, Ireland, and New Zealand. The song also charted in the United States, peaking at number nineteen on the Billboard Hot 100. An accompanying music video for the song directed by Jake Nava was released on March 3, 2009.
From the album, Disclaimer II, released on January 1, 2004
"Broken" is a song by South African rock band Seether, released in 2002 as the first single from their debut album, Disclaimer. It features guest vocals from Amy Lee of Evanescence. The song peaked at number 20 on the US Billboard Hot 100, as well as number 7 on Mainstream Rock Tracks. The song was written by vocalist/guitarist Shaun Morgan and produced by Jay Baumgardner. It features a heavy metal-influenced sound and incorporates elements of grunge, alternative metal, and post-grunge, with lyrics that are melancholic and sorrowful. The video for the song was directed by Dean Karr and was shot in Los Angeles, California. It features a performance by the band as well as shots of Morgan walking down a desolate street with his guitar.
From the album, Enchanted, released on January 1, 2007
From the album, L.A. to Miami, released on October 1, 1985
From the album, Thanks to You Song, released on April 7, 2018
From the album, Amygdala, released on January 19, 2022
From the album, Greatest Hits, released on September 14, 1999
From the album, Little Women (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), released on December 13, 2019
From the album, WELCOME HOME, released on April 18, 2019
From the album, Rouge, released on July 12, 2019
From the album, Cutting, released on September 18, 2012
From the album, Amy, released on January 26, 2018
From the album, The Riversides EP, released on October 15, 2021