Marsha Ambrosius Drops New Single, ‘Greedy’

Marsha Ambrosius
ATLANTA, GEORGIA – MAY 18: Singer Marsha Ambrosius attends 9th Annual Black Music Honors at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on May 18, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Black Music Honors)

R&B vocalist Marsha Ambrosius is giving her fans a taste of what to expect on her upcoming album, CASABLANCO.

“Greedy”, offering a rich tapestry of sound, is a collaborative effort with Dr. Dre and his production team. The creative minds behind the single included Leon Russell’s “This Masquerade” and Outkast’s “SpottieOttieDopaliscious” to create amn R&B mélange.

The single precedes CASABLANCO‘s release on June 28.

Accompanied by string and horn sections, Ambrosius delivers a genre-bending vocal performance, blending scat, hip-hop, jazz, and R&B to tell the story of a tumultuous relationship.

She describes a love that’s way more take than give, making her feel drained over and over again. However, it seems she’s at her wit’s end and is ready to put a stop to the affair once and for all.

“It’s never enough / You know it’s never enough to love you, baby / It’s never enough to love you, baby,” she sings on the chorus. “No, it’s never enough to love you / With that same ol’, lame ol’ / Ain’t no way I’m ever gonna take that s**t.”

Ambrosius secured her standing in R&B after co-writing Michael Jackson’s “Butterflies” (2001). The following year, she became one half of the Philadelphia-based group Floetry alongside Natalie Stewart. The group’s debut album, Floetic, was nominated for a 2003 Grammy in the category of Best Contemporary R&B Album.

Listen to Marsha Ambrosius “Greedy”