June 20, 2014


Dr. Dre Drops a Verse on Marsha Ambrosius' Sade Cover "Stronger"

Neil Lupin/Redferns via Getty Images
Neil Lupin/Redferns via Getty Images

Earlier this year, former Floetry singer Marsha Ambrosius released a gorgeous cover of Sade's airy, synth-filled ballad "Love Is Stronger Than Pride." Simply titled "Stronger," Ambrosius threw in a '90s-styled hip-hop beat, some harp flourishes and a saxophone for her take on the Quiet Storm classic.

Now, Ambrosius is redelivering "Stronger" with a verse from former label boss, Dr. Dre, that finds the richest man in hip-hop returning to the mic for the first time in a minute.

In his verse, Dre meditates on love and pride while throwing in some classic '90s references, from the Pulp Fiction quote "that's pride f—king with you" to alluding to his own Snoop Dogg collabo "Gin & Juice."

Listen to the track below. It's taken from her upcoming sophomore album Friends & Lovers, out 7/15. You can check out the lipstick-scrawled tracklist right here