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Ambrosa ready to chant down Babylon

Saturday, January 19, 2019

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Reggae singer Ambrosa is upbeat ahead of the release of her latest single Go Down Babylon .

“I'm so excited about this song. I can't wait to get the final mix. It' has a strong message, and I'm sure the fans are going to love it,” said the Florida-based artiste.

Go Down Babylon is slated to be released on her Immortal Prosperity Production imprint next month.

Ambrosa is scheduled to visit Jamaica in March to promote the single and shoot a video for it.

“I'm looking forward to visiting Jamaica soon to promote Go Down Babylon. I'm also going to do some recordings while I am there and shoot the video for Go Down Babylon,” said Ambrosa.

The singer, who holds a Bachelor's degree in business marketing from the University of West Georgia, said she believes in the use of music for positive change and upliftment.

“I'm not into music just to be a star and make money; I have a greater mission. I want to use my music to uplift people and inspire them to do great things. My greatest desire is to make a positive impact on humanity with my music,” she said.

Ambrosa, given name Amanda Ambrosa Chloe Jacas, was born in Kingston in 1988. After her mom died when she was 14, she relocated to Florida to live with her aunt who adopted her.

She launched her recording career in 2011 with I Like.

 


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