Mark Ronson worked with Amy Winehouse on some of her most famous songs, and he's now revealing that there is no more unheard Winehouse material from projects that the two created together.
The producer told BBC Newsbeat that he very strongly feels as though only finished songs approved by the late singer should be released. "I know it's very hard to maintain any kind of objectivity because so many people loved her," Ronson said. "There's so many people that would love to hear the table scraps of what she left because it was so good that it was better than most people's albums."
A full posthumous album of songs has been released and her voice was sampled on a Nas song since Winehouse's death two years ago (Tuesday marked the anniversary of her passing). "I let the family decide all that," Ronson said about how the posthumous projects were put together.
Ronson did say he had heard there was more Winehouse material that had yet to be released, but that it was likely from the singer's sessions with producer Salaam Remi. Remi and Winehouse were working together at the time of her death. "If it's something she finished that Salaam and her worked on, that Salaam knows she's happy with, then that's cool," Ronson said.
On Tuesday, Winehouse's famous fans and friends -- including Kelly Osbourne and Lana Del Rey -- memorialized the singer. Winehouse, known for her soulful vocals and distinctive style, died from a lethal level of alcohol intoxication on July 23, 2011. Alex Winehouse said recently that he feels it was his sister's bulimia that "really killed her."