Marsha Ambrosius ft. Sterling Simms - When U Want

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Oak
Album:
TBD

The music game is filled with players, rappers, and singers boasting about their romantic exploits and picking up members of the opposite sex in the club. Refreshingly, soul songstress Marsha Ambrosius doesn’t take this route on When U Want, a new collaboration with Sterling Simms. Marsha explains that she used to never think about settling down, but, with her new man, she’ll be there When U Want.  Making the track a true family affair, in-house producer Oak, a member of the production and songwriting team KnightWritaz, backs both artists with a drum-driven mid-tempo beat. With this latest offering, fans are sure to be clamoring for Marsha’s Aftermath debut, but they’ll have to wait until Marsha gives Dre and Co. the green light.

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