New Music: Marsha Ambrosius – “Stronger” (Ft. Dr. Dre)

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Marsha Ambrosius is putting a new spin on her track, “Stronger” (a cover of Sade’s “Love is Stronger Than Pride),” with a new verse from hip hop mogul Dr. Dre. “Tryna numb the pain with juice and gin. It’s like abuse, what’s the use of the bumps and bruises if we moving towards a losing end?” Dre raps to his lady, as he reflects on problems in their relationship. The song appears on Marsha’s forthcoming album, Friends & Lovers. Check it out inside.

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Marsha Ambrosius – “Without You” (Ft. Ne-Yo)

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Marsha Ambrosius has dropped the accompanying visuals for her collaboration with Ne-Yo “Without You.” In the vid, an emotional Marsha revisits an old trauma involving child molestation.

While going through a box of photos from her childhood, the British singer breaks into tears as thoughts of what she went through resurface. All the while Ne-Yo stays by her side to support her through the pain. Watch the Stephen Wayne Mallett-directed clip inside.

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New Music: Marsha Ambrosius – “Without You” (Ft. Ne-Yo)

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Marsha Ambrosius calls on Ne-Yo for her new song “Without You,” which debuted on Philly’s Hot 107.9. The British songbird is in her feelings, after parting ways with her lover; while Ne-Yo reflects on how he took his girl for granted.

“I’m looking in the mirror. I’m all in my feelings. Got me messed up out here, without you…  ..I’m out of my head in this bed, without you,” Marsha sings on the hook.

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New Music: Marsha Ambrosius – “Cold War”

Marsha Ambrosius is at war with love in her newly released single, “Cold War.” She and her lover both know it’s over but are too stubborn to admit that they’re hurting, and walk away.

“This is a cold war we’re fighting, and neither one of us wanna surrender, love is slowly dying. This is a cold cold war we’re fighting. And if you even cared… you wouldn’t start this cold war,” Marsha sings.

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