British singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London home on July 23, according to the London Metropolitan Police.
Though there are no early signs of foul play, many suspect a drug overdose may have been her cause of death. Winehouse was 27.
Her breakout 2006 album, 'Back to Black,' earned her six Grammy nominations and five wins, putting her on the music map for good.
However her long and public battle with drugs and alcohol addiction ofter overshadowed her talents.
Here's a look back at the singer's life and career.
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