Sony Music is facing criticism for increasing the price of Whitney Houston's music on the iTunes store following her death.
The price of the recently deceased singer's greatest hits album, The Ultimate Collection, went up by more than 60 per cent following her death on the weekend, from £4.99 to £7.99.
It was the second top selling album on the iTunes store on Monday morning, though it was returned to its original price by Apple late Sunday. Both companies have refused to comment.
By Monday afternoon, The Ultimate Collection and Whitney - The Greatest Hits were in the top three albums on iTunes.
It's not unusual for a musician's albums to see a spike in sales following their deaths - in the year following his passing in 2009, Michael Jackson sold 35 million albums around the world, and Amazon reported that they sold out of his records (also as Jackson 5) within minutes of the news breaking.