Marsha Ambrosius Late Nights & Earlier Mornings

ENTERTAINMENT ALWAYS. STREAM MUSiC ON THE GO! Marsha Ambrosius Late Nights & Earlier Mornings
New Mixtape by music artist Marsh Ambrosious

Marsh Ambrosious

Late Nights and Earlier Mornings

Genre: SOUL. Hip-Hop. R&B
Hometown Liverpool, England
Record Label J RECORDS
About: Songstress formerly of soul duo Floetry. World-class vocalist & songwriter. One of the music industry's most unique talents.
Current Location Philadelphia, PA
2001 "Butterflies" (Michael Jackson; Marsha on background vocals) (Invincible)
2002: "Cry Me A River" (Justin Timberlake; Marsha on background vocals) (Justified)
2002: "Take You High" (Glenn Lewis; Marsha on background vocals) (World Outside My Window)
2003: "Come Together"; "My Fondest Childhood Memories" (Macy Gray; Marsha on background vocals)(The Trouble With Being Myself)
2004: "Elevated" (Earth, Wind & Fire featuring Floetry) (Illumination)
2004: "Hear Me Cry" (Patti LaBelle featuring Floetry) (Timeless Journey)
2005: "Automatique" (Blackalicious featuring Floetry) (The Craft)
2005: "Im Black" (Styles P featuring Marsha) (Time is Money)
2005: "Start from Scratch" (The Game featuring Marsha) (The Documentary)
2006: "Get You Some" (Busta Rhymes featuring Q-Tip & Marsha) (The Big Bang)
2006: "Cocaina" (Busta Rhymes featuring Marsha) (The Big Bang)
2006: "Music For Life" (Hi-Tek featuring Marsha, Nas, J Dilla, Busta Rhymes & Common) (Hi-Teknology 2)
2006: "Hustlers" (Nas featuring The Game & Marsha) (Hip Hop Is Dead)
2006: "Why You Hate The Game" (The Game featuring Marsha & Nas) (Doctor's Advocate)
2007: "This Can't Be Real" (Freeway featuring Marsha Ambrosius) (Free at Last)
2007: "The Art Of Storytellin' Part 4" (DJ Drama featuring Outkast & Marsha Ambrosius) (Gangsta Grillz: The Album)
2007: "Reunion" (Ya Boy featuring Marsha Ambrosius) (Optimus Rime Mixtape)
2008: "What's Going On" (Marsha Ambrosius featuring The Game) (Single) / (Before L.A.X)
2008: "Wanna Go Back" (Solange featuring Marsha Ambrosius and Q-Tip) (SoL-AngeL and the Hadley St. Dreams)
2008: "The Light '08" (Common featuring Marsha Ambrosius)
2008: "Freak’in Me" Jamie Foxx feat. Marsha Ambrosius (Intuition)
2009: "If I Ruled the World '09" Nas feat. Marsha Ambrosius (Smirnoff: Signature Series)
2009: "Still Hurts" Macy Gray feat. Marsha Ambrosius (The Sellout)
2009: "Stay" Fabolous feat. Marsha Ambrosius (Loso's Way)
2009: "Take Me Away (With You)" Queen Latifah feat. Marsha Ambrosius (Persona)
2009: *Diary Wale Feat Marsha Ambrosius (Attention: Deficit)
2009 “A's & E's" Masta Ace & Ed O.G. Feat. Marsha Ambrosius (Arts & Entertainment)
2010: Be With You David Banner feat. Ludacris & Marsha Ambrosius
2010: All I Got To Give John Regan feat. Marsha Ambrosius (Sorry I'm Late)
2011: It's Alright Saigon feat. Marsha Ambrosius (The Greatest Story Never Told)

Marsha Ambrosius or Marsha is an English singer/songwriter. A former member of English Soul/R&B duo Floetry, she released her first solo album Late Nights & Early Mornings on March 1, 2011.
The goup Floetry consisted of her and Natalie Stewart. The two met as basketball team mates and formed a friendship. Natalie and Marsha attended the Brit School for Performing Arts & Technology. Marsha studied business and finance. Marsha Ambrosius planned to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA but could'nt due to an injury. Stewart instead attended Middlesex University but decided to transfer to North London University. The two stayed in contact and did poetry duets that became critically acclaied throughout London

Ambrosius has been featured on many songs including Styles P's "I'm Black"; The Game's "Start from Scratch" and "Why You Hate The Game" (also featuring Nas); Busta Rhymes' "Get You Some" and "Cocaina"; Nas' "Hustlers" (also featuring The Game); and Hi-Tek's "Music for Life" and Jamie Foxx's "Freak'in Me". The group has also collaborated with Earth, Wind & Fire on their most recent album, Illumination, on the track "Elevated". She collaborated once again with Nas on his song "If I Ruled The World '09" & has also done a track with Slum Village called "Cloud 9". In 2009, she was featured on Wale's "Diary".
Ambrosius signed to Dr. Dre's record label, Aftermath Entertainment, as a producer. Parting ways with the label in early 2009, Ambrosius pursued her song-writing/production career landing her placements with R&B and hip hop artists ranging from Alicia Keys, Jamie Foxx and Mario to Fabolous, Slum Village and Wale. In summer 2009, Ambrosius was approached by numerous record labels offering her a solo deal after a long awaited performance at NYC's SOB's where a sold out crowd gathered to a show accompanied by The Roots and DJ Aktive. In December 2009, Ambrosius signed to J Records and her solo debut Late Nights & Early Mornings was released on March 1, 2011. "Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)" was released as the album's first single on August 13, 2010. The song charted on the U.S. BillboardHot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and peaked at number twenty-two. "Far Away" was released as the album's second single on December 7, 2010.
In an interview with XXL magazine Tech N9ne mentions a possible collaboration with Ambrosius, Lil Wayne, and Eminem on a track titled "This is Hip-hop" for his upcoming solo album All 6's And 7's.
She even won the Centric Award at the BET Awards of 2011 and is also being nominated for Best Female R&B Artist.
On October 7, RCA Music Group announced it was disbanding J Records along with Arista Records and Jive Records. With the shutdown, Ambrosius (and all other artists previously signed to these three labels) will release her future material on the RCA Records brand

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