As one of the most talented musical acts to come out of Britain in the 21st Century and the archetypical tortured artist, Amy Winehouse captured hearts across the globe with her bold musical style and deep, crooning lyrics. She produced two albums in her short career: the debut album Frank, which was released in 2003, as well as her 2006 album Back to Black, which was the second-best-selling album of the 21st century, and helped the London-born singer become the first British woman to win five Grammy awards.
If you had to describe Amy Winehouse’s physical appearance, you would probably speak about her long, black hair, her heavy black eye makeup, or the many instances of body art adorning her figure. Among Amy’s most famous tattoos was the pin-up girl located on her right arm, and it was the work of a tattoo artist known as Henry Hate, who enjoyed a close friendship with Amy before her death. Henry revealed the meaning of the pin-up girl on Amy Winehouse’s arm, as well as the story behind it, and talked about his friendship with one of Britain’s most talented artists in the modern era.
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