Friends & Lovers

Stream Marsha Ambrosius' Album 'Friends & Lovers'

  /  07.14.2014

Friends & Lovers

A day before it arrives in stores, Marsha Ambrosius has made her sophomore album Friends & Lovers available to stream.

Three years in the making, the 14-track follow-up to her debut Late Nights & Early Mornings features appearances from Dr. Dre (“Stronger”) and Charlie Wilson (“Spend All My Time”), with production from Pop & Oak, Da Internz, Eric Hudson, and J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League.

“When you press play on the album, it’s like you’re watching a movie,” the British songstress told Rap-Up TV. “You can feel like you’re there. You know you’re in that relationship or you’ve been in that relationship or you wanted to break out of that relationship, run towards your dreams, run away from fear.”

She plans to release visuals for all the tracks starting with the single “Run.”

Experience the happiness, heartache, and everything in between.


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