Watch ‘How To Be Anne Marie’ Youtube Documentary, Also Listen To Her New Song, ‘Problems’

Anne-Marie Problems
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English singer and songwriter, Anne Marie has released her new YouTube original documentary, ‘How To Be Anne-Marie,’ also released a new song, ‘Problems.’ Watch the full documentary below.

Speaking about the new documentary, In the Youtube original special documentary, we will meet the real Anne Marie, which charts her life in front of and behind the camera, from her school days, where it all began, to emerging out of Lockdown, ready to perform again.

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With special appearances from close family and friends, go behind the scenes as Anne-Marie preps for the biggest, littlest gig of her life – performing her brand new track ‘Problems’, live on top of London’s largest music venue, the O2.

Last month, She announced the Youtube Documentary official trailer on YouTube, now she officially released it, and also we will see what she was hoping to achieve in 2020 before the global pandemic hit.

Watch ‘How To Be Anne-Marie’ Youtube Documentary

In the meantime, she also released her brand new song, ‘Problems’ on all streaming platform. She also discussed about this song in this documentary. Must watch the new documentary and listen the new song here.

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She sings, “I think being in love with you is bad for my health, but / I can’t see me doing this with no one else, so / guess I can’t be blaming anyone but myself, hey, ay / Yeah, I know today I called you like a hundred times, but.”

Also Listen To Anne-Marie New Song, ‘Problems’

Anne-Marie ‘Problems’ Out Now! Like This Song? Download & Stream The Full Song By Clicking Here.

On 17th July, She released a new music colorful video song, ‘To Be Young ft. the popular singer Doja Cat. The track, ‘To Be Young’ marks Anne-Marie’s first release since she dropped ‘Birthday’ in February and ‘Her’ in March. Co-written with Billy Walsh, Louis Bell, and Delacey.

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