The New Orleans native wrote two tracks off H.E.R.'s self-titled debut album.
Roc Nation has signed singer-songwriter Ambré, the company announced Friday (Nov. 8). The 23-year-old New Orleans native, who wrote two tracks off H.E.R.’s Grammy-winning self-titled album, also released her debut EP, Pulp, under Roc Nation on Friday.
“I was first introduced to Ambré as a songwriter and was immediately drawn to her melodies, storytelling and overall talent,” said Roc Nation co-president Omar Grant, who signed Ambré with the help of senior vp A&R Dominique Dunn. “She is so aware of who she is as an artist, I feel like she’s the modern-day Tracy Chapman.”