Since the end of 2006, Marsha Ambrosius have been dreaming about the day her solo album, Late Nights & Early Mornings, would drop. On March 1st, the songstress dreams will come true. Marsha Ambrosius was in Baltimore last week to perform for Coppin State University’s homecoming. Before hitting the stage, she rolled thru 92Q to […]

Marsha Ambrosius got us all thinking with her last single and video, “Far Away,” now with her latest song, “Why Did I Fall In Love?” she’s got our heads nodding and feet tapping.


Last night, Marsha Ambrosius touched down in D.C. to perform at The Park for their ‘Unplugged Series. She performed songs from her ‘Late Nights, Early Mornings’ album including ‘I Hope She Cheats’, and ‘Far Away’. Late Nights & Early Mornings is in stores on March 1. Props to Beats And Ballads

The final tracklist for Marsha Ambrosius‘ Late Nights & Early Mornings album has been revealed.  The album is the solo debut for the former Floetry member and reportedly features writing and production from Just Blaze, Lauryn Hill and Alicia Keys in addition to Ambrosius herself.

Marsha Ambrosius is really building quite the buzz for her upcoming album, Late Nights and Early Mornings.

Marsha Ambrosius treated fans at a recent concert in North London to the world premiere of a cover of Teena Marie’s “Yes Indeed” that she had recorded for her upcoming debut album.

David Banner & 9th Wonder’s collaborative album Death Of A Pop Star is due out December 21st. This is the best I’ve heard Luda in a while and I’m feeling the Dashiki, P! (spotted @Nahright)

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Three of the greatest talents of the South team up with an angelic voice from the UK on this hot track.

Marsha Ambrosius is sexy!

Marsha Ambrosius, formerly of Floetry, hit the nail on the head when she wrote this song. This is for all the women who have put up with more than their share of a man's BS.