Soul singer Amy Winehouse was discovered dead Saturday in her London residence. She was only 27.

Winehouse's big breakout album was 2006's 'Back to Black,' which brought her five Grammy wins, including Best Pop Vocal and Best Album.

Police report she was pronounced dead 4 p.m. Saturday (London  time) at her Camden Square home. Cause death is not yet determined.

Last month, Winehouse canceled her European tour after she was booed off stage during a gig in Belgrade, since she was badly slurring the lyrics to her songs, so much so her words were unrecognizable. Winehouse also left rehab in early June following just a week of treatment.

Please keep Winehouse's family and friends in your thoughts and prayers.