Updated: May 5
After a formidable start to her music career, releasing the critically-acclaimed Pulp (Director's Cut) in 2020, New Orleans native and GRAMMY Award-Winner, Ambré, continues her prolific journey to become a household name in 2021.
Released under Roc Nation, Pulp illuminates Ambré's exceptional ability to produce, write, sing and play instruments. On Band Practice, she expertly manipulates the strings of her guitar to add a light layer over a rich yet melodic bass- a familiar feature throughout the EP, most notably on free drugs, lost, and LUCIDIA (EGODEATH).
Pulp, boasts features from Beam, Smino, Jean Deaux, G-Eazy, BJ The Chicago Kid and Sons Of Sonix as well as stellar production from Hit-Boy, Ambré and Laugh Now, Cry later producer- G. Ry. There is a consistent layer of soothing vocal performances by Ambre throughout the project which aids the insightful delivery of her own experiences and
Since the release of her single alone/the catch up, and after recently working in the studio with Bizness Boi and Jayla Darden, anticipation for Ambré's next project is steadily rising. While there is no release date for her next project yet, it is safe to assume that when it lands it will establish the name Ambré at the very top.
Be sure to stream Ambré's discography below!