• Muzik First


In November, singer-songwriter Amber Mark shared the sultry single “Softly” as a small taste of her upcoming debut album "Three Dimensions Deep," out January 28 via PMR/Interscope Records. Two weeks before the project’s arrival, the New York-based artist has shared a fresh remix of the track with Jamaican powerhouse Popcaan. Popcaan aids an air of dancehall to “Softly,” which previously received a remix from Nigerian DJ Cuppy in late December on the reimagined record. Built around a sample of Craig David’s “Rendezvous,” the single places Mark’s stellar vocals against a foundation of rhythmic bounce. Each Three Dimensions Deep single – “Softly,” “Worth It,” “Competition,” “Foreign Things” – has made a point of showcasing the widespread landscape of sounds and influences Mark has stored in her musical arsenal. The record as a whole anchor itself to the notion of looking deeper into the universe in search of responses to life’s seemingly unanswerable questions. Amber Mark said of the album, “Three Dimensions Deep is a musical journey of what questions you begin to ask yourself when you start looking to the universe for answers. I can only go as deep as the third dimension as that’s how we see the world, but what about when you start looking to the universe within for answers.” "Three Dimensions Deep" will bring Mark on the road this spring with a tour through Europe, the UK. The tour begins on March 5 with a show in Paris before wrapping with a hometown show on May 21 at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.