Marsha Ambrosius has now joined motherhood. The 'Far Away' singer and fiancé Dez Billups welcomed their daughter, Nyla. Ambrosius quietly broke the news to fans after posting a photo on Instagram with her entire family...
A congrats are in order for singer-songwriter Marsha Ambrosius. Last weekend, she announced she's expected a bundle of joy!
In the clip, Marsha patrons a record store (remember those?), perusing rows and rows of vinyl, but she finds more than music at this particular store.
Earlier today, T.I. Dropped his Dr. Dre-produced, Aaliyah-sampled single “Dope,” featuring Marcia Ambrosius. Now, the TIDAL exclusive video has arrived. In the futuristic clip, Tip takes a break from running the south for a some fun times on the west coast.
Dr. Dre gets production credit on the Aaliyah-sampled single, and Marsha Ambrosius adds her svelte vocals to the hook of the song which keeps Tip “high as a muthf*cker”...
On April 1, the BET Network held their annual “Black Girls Rock” celebration to honor black women and girls (famous or not) who succeed against the odds. The red carpet was filled with beautiful brown women who are movers and shakers...
In honor of the "crown Prince of reggae music," singer Dennis Brown, Marsha Ambrosius covers his hit "Have You Ever as part of the upcoming Dennis Brown tribute album, We Remember Dennis Brown. Starting off with a capella harmonies, Marsha eases into breezy love song.
R&B lovers around the world rejoiced a few weeks ago after Floetry members Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie 'The Floacist' Stewart reunited on stage for the first time during Ambrosius' 'Friends and Lovers' tour stop at London's The Clapham Grand.
[EXCLUSIVE] Marsha Ambrosius We’re Not Ready For Her Reality TV, Talks Musical Contributions, Super Power, More
"I don't think anyone will be ready for my reality TV show... I'm pretty sure I wouldn't get clearance for half the things I say, nor do"
"So by the time you get to "Night Time," by the time you get to "69," and all of this journey that builds up to the morning after, it's where do we go from here. Now I can't find my shoes, my toothbrush, my panties"