As fans and press continue to cope with Amy Winehouse's death, Arjan Writes turns the spotlight toward the singer's goddaughter and protégé, Dionne Bromfield:
I think there's no better way to commemorate Amy Winehouse by celebrating her legacy of music and the artists she helped develop.
Dionne Bromfield is one of those young and rare talents that Winehouse mentored over the last few years. In fact, Bromfield was the first signing to Winehouse' Lioness Records that she established to give the young singer a firm foundation for success.
Bromfield released her very first album, titled "Introducing Dionne Bromfield," in 2009 at age 13, which was followed by her sophomore record "Good For The Soul" last month. The CD is a fresh and youthful soul-pop effort that features collaborations with Toby Gadd (Rhianna, Beyonce), Paul O'Duffy (Dusty Springfield, John Barry) and her godmother Amy Winehouse.
Watch Bromfield sing her track "Foolin,'" AFTER THE JUMP...