Amy Winehouse took the music world by storm, as a young talent at only 19, critics acknowledged her raw talent and blistering attitude made for an undeniably potent mix capturing her heroes’ spirits like the great Frank Sinatra. Amy Winehouse’s most celebrated album, “Back in Black,” inspired a whole generation of pop artists, from Adele to Lana Del Rey, with smooth neo-soul style, poetic lyricism, and a belting voice. This album would launch Winehouse into the mainstream and soon make her the target of tabloid media wanting to expose the extent of her demons. Winehouse’s lyrics are dark, edgy, and languishing, and ultimately served as a sort of prophecy for her untimely demise in 2011. She has since been remembered as one of the greatest female musicians of all time.