British songstress Marsha Ambrosius is trying her sweet R&B melodic vocals on a bit of reggae covering ‘Have You Ever,’ by Jamaican legend Dennis Brown.


The new song is taken from an upcoming Dennis tribute album, We Remember Dennis. Speaking on the Dennis Brown, the 38-year old Floetry singer said:


“Dennis Brown and reggae music makes me reminisce, my fond memories of growing up in London when reggae music was and still is prominent,” Ambrosius said in a statement. “‘Have You Ever’ is one of those songs you remember! I can still smell the food my mother was cooking, I can hear the vacuum cleaner early hours on a Saturday morning, British pirate radio stations always playing The Crown Prince of Reggae!”


Marsha does this all time reggae classic justice with her heartfelt rendition. Last year we met with Marsha Ambrosius for an interview, where she discussed reuniting with her Neo-Soul sister Natalie “Floacist” Stewart and it is said that Floetry will be dropping their new album later this year.


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