Marsha Ambrosius Gives Until It Hurts With ‘Greedy’

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Marsha Ambrosius is nearly in the home stretch before the release of her anticipated album Casablanco. The set’s two singles thus far — “The Greatest” and “One Night Stand” — have set the tone for what to expect from the collection. Both contain a mélange of samples and original material that are woven together into jazzy, soulful R&B perfectly suited for Marsha’s voice and pen. The album’s latest single, “Greedy,” follows this formula as well, though with an edge of heartache thrown into the mix.

Dr. Dre is back on the production tip alongside Marsha, Trevor Lawrence Jr., Focus... and Erik “Bluetooth” Griggs. The collective whips up something special while referencing a few songs, including Leon Russell’s “This Masquerade” and Outkast’s “SpottieOttieDopaliscious,” to create an epic, almost symphonic sound. It leaves more than enough room for Marsha to brood as she contemplates the next steps in a relationship that keeps repeating the same toxic cycle.

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The singer gets deep as 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.”

So far, Marsha Ambrosius has given us head-over-heels love, lustful bliss and now wrenching heartache. Who knows what else the cinematic-sounding Casablanco will give us when it arrives on June 28th? Take a listen to “Greedy” when you head below.

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