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There’s a certain spiritual experience happening when Ambré Perkins graces the stage. The singer and songwriter can initially come across as shy, but this disappears throughout her performance, as she begins intimately connecting with the crowd. Ambré mainly focuses on inciting a kaleidoscopic aesthetic through a reciprocal cathartic exchange between herself and the crowd that's channeled via meditative, acoustic R&B.
At only 23 years old, the musician's artistry reflects a rate balance of maturity and poise — but Ambré isn’t new to this. The New Orleans native has been wowing audiences with her music since she was in high school, and her rare talent eventually led to her writing songs for artists, including H.E.R., Kehlani and Ty Dolla $ign. Now with a new EP on the horizon, the artist is concerned with making a bigger name for herself.
“I’ve been doing music my whole life, pretty much. But [it] was more so just me enjoying music, and writing poetry, and songs and stuff to myself — and nobody really knew about it,” Ambré told Blavity. “Then my sister heard me singing one day, and she told me that I should do it for real and start singing in school. I did, and everybody was just very excited, and that made me feel like I was really good at this. Ever since then, I’ve just been pursuing it as a career, but I didn’t drop my first single until 2014.”
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