Without a doubt, Amy Winehouse's influence across the music world has been felt in the days following her passing.
Musicians ranging from rock, rap and pop immediately began to mourn publicly, as well as share their remembrances of the soul-tinged singer, via Twitter and on their official sites. Now, performance clips and tribute songs to the "Back to Black" songstress have made their way online. Here's a roundup of artist tributes and statements regarding Amy Winehouse, from Adele, Prince, U2, Kelly Clarkson, M.I.A. and many more.
At U2's Minneapolis show Saturday, Bono and the boys dedicated their 2001 single "Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of" -- a song originally penned with deceased INXS singer Michael Hutchence in mind -- to Amy. "We wrote this next song for Michael Hutchence, but you will understand tonight if we play it for Amy Winehouse," Bono told the crowd. Watch below.
Hours after the death of Amy Winehouse was announced, M.I.A. posted "27," a demo dedicated to the 27-year-old deceased singer, on her Twitter page. On the short, somber track, M.I.A. reminisces about a friend who idolizes the life of a rock star and undergoes a downward spiral, over a stuttering mid-tempo beat. Listen below. Read our full story.
A fan of Amy Winehouse's music for some time, Prince honored the late songstress by covering "Love is a Losing Game" with Cameroon singer Andy Allo. Allo posted the track on her Facebook page Sunday (July 24). Prince has performed the song in the past, even inviting Winehouse on stage for a live rendition during his "21 Nights in London" residency at the O2 Arena in London in 2007. Listen to Sunday's rendition below.
"Someone very special passed away," UK singer Ellie Goulding told an Atlanta crowd on Saturday before launching into her signature cover of Elton John's "Your Song." "She was one of my inspirations -- and a big inspiration for many other singers, I think." Watch below.
On Sunday, Outkast rapper Big Boi posted a remix to Winehouse's track "Tears Dry on Their Own" on his official website. The previously unreleased "Organized Noize Dungeon Family Remix" version of the track replaces the original's Motown swing with a muted instrumental that emphasizes Winehouse's vocals. Listen below.