Amy Winehouse Receives Posthumous Grammy Nomination For Nas Collab

Billy Johnson, Jr.
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Amy Winehouse and Nas' duet "Cherry Wine" is up for the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Grammy, competing against entries from Flo Rida and Sia, Jay-Z and Kanye West, John Legend and Ludacris and Rihanna and Jay-Z.

Nas featured performance footage of Winehouse in the music video for the song he released in October.

On the track produced by Salaam Remi, both Nas and Winehouse discuss their tiresome search for love. The video ends with Nas and a Winehouse lookalike walking off into the sunset. The song appears on Nas' "Life Is Good" album that in the running for Best Rap Album.

In 2011, Winehouse received a posthumous Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Grammy for "Body And Soul" from Tony Bennett's "Duets II" album.

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