Amy Winehouse's family has insisted there is no more unreleased music in the vaults and vowed not to "rip people off" by re-releasing old tracks.
The singer died in July, 2011, but made a return to the charts several months later with a posthumous compilation album titled Lioness: Hidden Treasures which was made using previously unreleased tracks and demos.
Fans hoping for more new releases have now been dealt a blow after her father Mitch insisted there is no more music to come.
He says, "We're not about to put out new albums with different takes on Back to Black. She probably did 15 different versions of Back to Black but we wouldn't do that, it's not fair. We don't want to rip people off. There is no more new music."