In the wake of Amy Winehouse's death, her music sales have experienced a significant increase on music charts around the world.
In the UK, where Adele and Beyoncé have led the charts for the last several weeks, Winehouse's 2007 album, "Back To Black," returned at No. 59 - with more than 2,400 albums sold - just hours following the announcement of her death on Saturday, according to the Official Charts Company. Her hit songs "Back To Black and "Rehab" also re-entered the singles charts at 81 and 181, respectively. Official numbers are expected to be released on Sunday.
"Back To Black" has also climbed the iTunes Top 10 Albums charts, in both its standard and deluxe editions. Winehouse's sophomore album grabbed the No. 1 spot on iTunes charts of more than 15 countries, including the U.S., France, Canada and the Netherlands.
With two albums to her name, Winehouse's posthumous third has been the talk of the music world. The London Daily Telegraph is the latest to report of a possible release.
On Monday, an autopsy was performed on the 27-year-old singer, who was found dead in her north London home on Saturday. Medical examiners failed to determine the cause of death and plans have been made to launch a formal investigation for later this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A private funeral is scheduled for Tuesday.