Amy Winehouse’s Last Album Will Be Out in December

UNITED KINGDOM - AUGUST 16: V FESTIVAL Photo of Amy WINEHOUSE, Amy Winehouse performing on stage (Photo by Mark Holloway/Redferns) Photo: Mark Holloway

Producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi will oversee the release of Amy Winehouse Lioness: Hidden Treasures, a posthumous album featuring a mix of previously unreleased tracks and new versions of classics like "Tears Dry on Their Own." Though Winehouse was rumored to be working on a third album at the time of her death, it doesn't appear that much of that material will make it onto Lioness; the track list includes several covers ("Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and "Our Day Will Come"), two outtakes from the Frank sessions, and her recently released Tony Bennett cover, along with the remakes. One maybe unexpected inclusion: "Like Smoke," a duet with the Slick Rick–hating Nas. Lioness is due December 5. [NME]