New Song: Marsha Ambrosius – ‘Cold War’

Published: Friday 30th Nov 2012 by Sam

Even the best of relationships can be tumultuous, just ask Marsha Ambrosius who tackles the topic on new single ‘Cold War’.

Produced by both Diplo and the Picard Brothers, the stirring cut (which hits iTunes on December 11th) is the lead release from songbird’s second solo album ‘Friends & Lovers’ – which arrives early next year.

March to the battlefield with Ms. Ambrosius below…

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  1. Add Joey Mannarino on Facebook! November 30, 2012

    As much as I love Marsha as a person and her music……this song is a HUGE mess!!!!!! It’s boring and vocally off! So below Marsha! What happened to that song “F***’N Get It Over With”. THAT was a hit!

    • IDK November 30, 2012

      yea, it was a good song but the video? low budget and I DID NOT like the concept.

  2. Booboo November 30, 2012

    WTF is this? Where’s the soulful sounds that we love from Marsha??

  3. True Tea November 30, 2012

    It’s okay…she’s trying to get her “climax” but i’m disappointed. I want the soulful Marsha back.

  4. Christina Aguilera November 30, 2012

    Floetry needs to reunite because this ain’t it.

  5. Monstarebel (THE UNAPOLOGETIC PRINCE) November 30, 2012

    Keshas Warrior album in stores Dec 4th….

    fuuuuuck flop&b

  6. IDK November 30, 2012

    Nice, but different. I like it. I like how R&B is so versatile.

  7. Matt101 November 30, 2012

    Love it

  8. Stoney-Brie November 30, 2012

    Love it!

  9. Jeff November 30, 2012

    Her voice doesn’t suit this song…. the high pitched parts are horrible..

  10. honeychildplease November 30, 2012

    Why are people tripping? this is a good song stop f****** hating and enjoy your dumb ass song “Stay” which is no where as good as this song!

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