Tag: Marsha Ambrosius

’11 Best R&B Albums: #5 Marsha Ambrosius Late Nights & Early Mornings

After disbanding Floetry and leaving Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Entertainment, Marsha took matters into her own hands. She appeared on a string of hip-hop cuts and finally released her debut. Hell hath no fury like a Songstress scorned, which makes a song like, “I Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)” so entertaining. She submits to vulnerability (“You Hands”) and handles splitsville like a true champ (“The Break Up Song”). She revamped MJ’s “Butterflies” while Just Blaze’s fairy dust-coated […]

Common On Soul Train Music Awards

[vodpod id=Groupvideo.10518625&w=540&h=350&fv=affiliateSiteId%3D176704%26widgetId%3D503442%26width%3D628%26height%3D386%26playOnLoad%3D0%26revision%3D134%26js%3D1%26autoPlay%3D0%26mediaURL%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.bet.com%252Fvideo%252Fsoultrainawards%252F2011%252Fperformances%252Fsta11-perf-common%252F_jcr_content%252Fleftcol%252Fvideoplayer.mrss%253Ftype%253Dembed%26allowfullscreen%3D] Joined by Marsha Ambrosius, Common took to the sky during last night’s Soul Train Music Awards to recite

New Music: Kidz In The Hall Ft. Marsha Ambrosius x Anton Genius “Won’t Remember Tonight”

Double-O and Naledge catch the case of amnesia on this track featuring Marsha Ambrosius and Anton Genius. Don’t forget, Occasion finally commences tomorrow. Fans in the NYC tri-state area are invited to celebrate the release with the group this Tuesday, November 22nd, at Tammany Hall in NYC. Open Bar courtesy of Hennessy. RSVP to [email protected] Doors at 9PM. Tammany Hall is located on 152 Orchard Street, btw Rivington & Stanton. Previously: “Occasion” Video

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