- Marsha Ambrosius - Cold War (Lyric Video)
- Marsha Ambrosius - Cold War (Audio)
- Marsha Ambrosius - Cold War (Behind The Scenes)
- Marsha Ambrosius feat. Ne-Yo - Without You (Audio)
- Marsha Ambrosius - Cold War
- Marsha Ambrosius - Run (Audio)
- Marsha Ambrosius feat. Dr. Dre - Stronger
- Marsha Ambrosius feat. Ne-Yo - Without You
- Marsha Ambrosius - Run
- Marsha Ambrosius - Late Nights & Early Mornings
- Marsha Ambrosius - Far Away
- Marsha Ambrosius - Late Nights & Early Mornings (Audio)
- Marsha Ambrosius - ASK:REPLY
- Marsha Ambrosius feat. Busta Rhymes - Far Away (Audio)
One-half of London-to-Philadelphia transplant R&B act Floetry, later a Grammy-nominated solo artist. Also a noted songwriter (Michael Jackson's "Butterflies").
Shortly after the end of her gold-selling R&B act Floetry, singer, songwriter, and producer Marsha Ambrosius -- whose biggest claim to fame as a writer is Michael Jackson's Top 20 hit "Butterflies" -- signed with Dr. Dre's Aftermath label.
Nothing came from the short-lived alliance. While in creative limbo, Ambrosius -- a Liverpool, England native who moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- was nonetheless active, issuing a handful of mixtapes and collaborating with Alicia Keys ("Go Ahead'), Mario ("Why"), Jazmine Sullivan ("Music [All I Need]"), Jamie Foxx ("Freak'in Me"), and Wale ("Diary").
Ambrosius eventually signed with J Records, where she finally released her first official solo album, Late Nights & Early Mornings, in 2011. The set debuted at number two on the Billboard 200, while the Top Five R&B single "Far Away" was nominated for Grammy awards in the categories of Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance.
J closed shop, and Ambrosius was shifted to RCA, where she released her follow-up, Friends & Lovers, in 2014. One of the album's most notable singles was "Stronger," on which she was joined by Dr.
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