Think you can stand up to the late, great Amy Winehouse‘s vocal chops?
A new contest launched by the Amy Winehouse Foundation is challenging singers to submit their own versions of the star’s Back to Black tracks to be judged by Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi — and they’ll know if you’re no good.
The competition, which, in part, pays tribute to the 10th anniversary of the Grammy-winning album’s release, will be held in conjunction with Island Records and Vevo, according to the foundation’s website. All proceeds will be donated to the foundation, which “works to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse on young people” and also “to support, inform and inspire vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to help them reach their full potential.”
Those interested in participating can download the original instrumental backing for the album’s titular song, as well as for “Rehab,” “Tears Dry on Their Own” and “Just Friends.” The cover should be posted to YouTube, and entrants must complete a entry form at www.amywinehousefoundation.org.
After the contest’s completion on Jan. 31, 2017, Remi and Ronson will listen to the covers and pick one participant to record the track, with them, in the studio.
In a video announcing the contest, Remi promised, “I’m gonna be looking at them all. Every one.”
The foundation was created by the Winehouse family just a few months after she died tragically from alcohol poisoning in July 2011.
Earlier this year, the organization launched Amy’s Place, a public recovery house from women 18-30 who are overcoming drug and alcohol addiction.
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The #BackToBlack10 contest launched Tuesday, and runs through the end of January.