Marsha ambrosius dating
MA: I had a bout of cabin fever so I was UStreaming and Tweeting a whole lot.
I asked random fans to tweet me their numbers so I could call them and sing them happy birthday. You’ve done an incredible job of getting back into shape, are you going to be the next J-Hud?
I can still remember the first time I heard the powerful soul-filled voice of England’s Marsha Ambrosius.
It was a cold day in 2002 and my friend and I made our daily walk to Virgin Records (when those still existed in Chicago) to browse around and spend pretty much our entire paychecks on the latest releases.
I was a basketball player before I went into the whole music thing and then when I started doing music, I stopped doing basketball but continued to eat like a basketball player. After midnight I was like the Mogwai that turned into the Gremlin. Weight Watchers definitely helped me, the Wii fit helped me because it made working out enjoyable and is one of the best games ever made. AE: I want to talk about your solo album, I know earlier you were going to work on a project with Dr. How different has this been than your work as part of Floetry? Dre situation, when Floetry was no longer – you know, the Floacist left to pursue her solo career and her acting career and I was kind of left to pick up the pieces for myself.
So I put on weight, decided that this was enough and I want to get back to being me. My whole longevity in this business – I want to be a songwriter and a producer, so meeting Dr.
It’s not fair of me to say I could be her because I just lost weight.
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At the time, they had these great CD samplers that would come free with one of the new releases and on this lucky occasion Floetry’s song, “Floetic,” was one of the featured songs. Unfortunately, now looking back, it had been years since thinking about what a great album was.
It wasn’t until recently hearing about the singing faction of the group, Marsha Ambrosius, releasing a solo album and then watching the powerful video for her gorgeous single, “Far Away,” that I put two and two together.