Amy Winehouse's second and final album, Back to Black, shot to the top of the charts on the news of her death Saturday, The Hollywood Reporter said.
The 2007, Grammy-winning album was already certified triple platinum before the young singer's untimely demise, but moved to the number one spot on iTunes shortly after authorities made her death official.
Meanwhile, the video for the album's hit single, "Rehab," shot to number ten on iTunes as well, as fans clamored to remember the troubled singer's brief if not solid body of work.
Critics praised Winehouse's voice for its deep and soulful overtones.
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