The singer returns with a brand new album. Listen to two songs from her upcoming "The MF Life."

Yolanda Sangweni
Mar, 15, 2012

Melanie Fiona's single "4AM" has quietly been heating up R&B charts for the past few months. And now the Canadian-born singer is ready to give listeners her all with a new sophomore album titled The MF Life (out March 20). The Grammy winner shared two singles from the album with ESSENCE.com.

For "I've Been That Girl" Fiona gets a little help from fellow Canuck, rapper Drake, who wrote the track produced by T-Minus (Drake, Lil Wayne). Listen as Fiona warns her friend about giving her everything to a destructive relationship that will only end up hurting her.

  • “I've Been That Girl” written by Drake



 On "Wrong Side of a Love Song" Fiona laments the pain of being on the wrong side of love. “A heartbreaker, most of my life suddenly all changed, the moment you left me and walked out my life,” she sings.

  • “Wrong Side of a Love Song” performed by Melanie Fiona

Pre-order Melanie Fiona's The MF Life on iTunes.