Pulp (Director’s Cut) Ambre

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Label: Roc Nation Records, LLC

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Soul

Interpret: Ambre

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  • 1ENTERLUDE04:21
  • 2free drugs05:12
  • 3satisfy02:02
  • 4band practice03:56
  • 5eternal sunshine03:33
  • 6jocin' (innermission)00:51
  • 7lost04:10
  • 8fubu03:30
  • 9light signal01:32
  • 11gucci slides03:23
  • 12american beauty03:25
  • 13risk it all02:17
  • 14plenty03:54
  • 15Slip03:22
  • Total Runtime50:03

Info zu Pulp (Director’s Cut)

Featuring 10 tracks, the project — which is led by the aforementioned single — is exactly what you’ll want to hear while preparing yourself for this upcoming cuffing season. Recently signing to Roc Nation, the Grammy winning singer-songwriter — who has worked with H.E.R. and Kehlani — tapped the likes of BJ The Chicago Kid, rapper G-Eazy and Jean Deaux to add to the already admired list of songs on the project.

Though this is not the New Orleans-native’s first project, it serves as her first release since 2016’s 2090’s and delivers soulful and jazz-influenced vibes. A true artist to keep your eye on and ear pressed to for new music, Ambré continues to prove why 2020 just might be her biggest year yet.

“The project itself, is a psychedelic experience,” Ambré told ESSENCE. “[It’s] basically a coming of age story. I just wanted to touch on the feeling of being a little lost, but also open. I feel like you kind of don’t lose that.”

The singer’s penchant for storytelling comes from Ambré’s obsession with movies. She’s in love with the medium so much that she’d definitely be into creating a soundtrack, possibly for a reimagined version of The Wizard of Oz.

“I’m a visual person. When I write music I have to be looking at something,” she said. “I like a lot of blaxploitation films and things like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Pulp Fiction and Eyes Wide Shut.”

Ambre, vocals

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