Amy Winehouse's classic album Back To Black turned 10 last week. To celebrate, the Amy Winehouse foundation are opening the album up for fans to deliver their own version of some of it's most well-loved songs.
Producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi have made the backing tracks to "Back to Black," "Rehab," "Tears Dry On Their Own," and "Just Friends" available to download for the first time. Amy fans can then record their own version of the songs and submit them to be judged by the two producers who helped make the album.
Ronson and Remi will judge the entries and pick a winner who will have their performance recorded and filmed in a studio. Island Records and Vevo will donate funds from the campaign to the Amy Winehouse Foundation. The competition is open now and runs until January 31 2017.
Revisit The FADER's look at why Back To Black will always matter here.