We've already heard Amy Winehouse and Nas' "Like Smoke" from her first posthumous release 'Lioness: Hidden Treasures', and today brings a new music video from the collection for her Ruby & The Romantics cover "Our Day Will Come." Like post-death music videos from Michael Jackson, Nirvana, and Tupac Shakur, "Our Day Will Come" is composed of entirely of archival footage. Here, we see Winehouse at different stages throughout her career, from the days before her tattoos, trademark beehive, and piercings to her 'Back to Black' prime. Winehouse's legacy will likely get a similar tribute during the memorial section of next year's Grammys, but "Our Day Will Come" is a fitting remembrance of a singer who died too soon before her time. 'Lioness' is out December 5th.
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