Grammy award-winning British singer Amy Winehouse said in a newspaper interview Thursday she was confident her long-awaited third album would be ready early next year.
"The album will be six months at the most," the 26-year-old soul diva told free paper Metro.
"It's going to be very much the same as my second album, where there's lots of jukebox stuff."
Winehouse rocketed to fame with the release in 2006 of her second album "Back to Black", which scooped five Grammy awards, but her creative output dried up while she had a well-documented battle with drugs.
She says she has cleaned up her act and found love with a new boyfriend, horror film director Reg Traviss.Reuse content