Fans Pay Tribute To Amy Winehouse
July 25, 2011 by Post Team
Fans Pay Tribute To Amy Winehouse, Soul singer Amy Winehouse, who was found dead at 27 in her apartment in north London on July 23, is one of the most popular artists in blogs in the blogosphere of music, according to the Hype Machine. Other artists speaking on 25 July include Manhattan-based singer and multi-instrumentalist from San Vicente.
Bloggers have been mourning the death of the Grammy-winning Winehouse and discuss the details of her well-documented alcohol and drug addiction. Also, bloggers are changing an unfinished demo recording of “27″, released by rapper MIA in response to Winehouse’s death and initially created before the release of December last year mixtape Leekx Vicki. “The song is chilling haunting, with [MIA], in her signature lilting cadence (even more strange in this context),” writes blogger Mixtape Maestro “, tracking the last days of a troubled partner in a past life drug and alcohol haze as fuel against a soundscape of electro creepy itchy bubbles “.
A new face in the top ten is Annie Hype Machine Erin Clark, known as San Vicente. She just released her new single, “Surgeon” through Twitter as a free download. The fourth track from her upcoming album Mercy strange, due out on September 13 Drug MP3 describe “Surgeon” and “beautiful, wonderful disturbing.”
The 10 artists in the blogs Hype Machine on July 25 at 9:30 GMT:
M83 (no change)
San Vicente (new)
Amy Winehouse (new)
Dum Dum Girls (unchanged)
Kanye West and Jay-Z (-2)
Wash Out (-4)
Chrome Sparks (unchanged)
Gross Magic (-4)
Launched in 2005, The Hype Machine aggregates information from more than 1,000 music blogs around the world. Known for identifying up and coming artists, the site allows music fans to easily find what music is hot in the blogosphere and instantly hear and buy mp3s.
Watch Amy Winehouse perform “Love Is a Losing Game”: http://www.youtube.com/watch? V=nMO5Ko_77Hk
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