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Mark Ambor

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Belong Together Mark Ambor 02:28
I Hope It All Works Out Mark Ambor 02:47
Good To Be Mark Ambor 02:27
Curls In the Wind Mark Ambor 02:37
Good To Be (Acoustic) Mark Ambor 02:22
Hair Toss, Arms Crossed Mark Ambor 02:37
Sky is the Limit Mark Ambor 02:39
Don't You Worry Mark Ambor 02:42
It's Us Again : It's Us Again Mark Ambor 03:04
Fever Mark Ambor 03:20

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Belong Together

by Mark Ambor

16/02/2024

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Mark Ambor turned his status as a social media influencer into commercial success as a singer/songwriter with 2024's "Belong Together," a song that reached the Top 40 in more than a half-dozen countries. He was born in New York on December 4, 2000, and began creating music as a teenager, taking inspiration from artists like James Bay, Ed Sheeran, Hozier, and Mumford & Sons. "Fever," his debut single, was released in 2019, earning more than one million streams on Spotify and introducing him to TikTok audiences. 2020's "It's Us Again" contributed to Ambor's viral popularity, while also introducing a sunnier, upbeat sound that would characterize most of his music going forward. One year later, "The Long Way" elevated Amber's career to new heights, earning more than 10 million streams on Spotify and reappearing on Ambor's first EP, Hair Tossed, Arms Crossed, in 2022. A full-length album, Hello World, also appeared in 2022, earning viral hits with "Sky is the Limit" and "Hair Tossed, Arms Crossed." One year later, Ambor earned another viral hit with "Good To Be," another acoustic anthem that blended folk and pop influences into the same pot. These early successes paved the way for "Belong Together," which became a radio hit across Europe in 2024. Within two months of its release, the song had reached number 13 in the UK, number 6 in Switzerland, number 13 in Norway, number 12 in the Netherlands, number 5 in Austria, and number 8 in both Ireland and Germany.