I donât have to repress that just to appeal to the standard that people have depicted of me.â Ambrosius goes on to say that music is her therapy, âitâs everything that I have to say, if I hold it heavy on my heart I am hurting myself.â If music is her therapy she certainly is doing well with it. In addition to her upcoming album, Ambrosius is busy penning new music for many artists including R&B singer Ciaraâs new album due in September, a potential song for Beyonceâs third effort and new records from Busta Rhymes and Dr. Dre. She says choosing between singing and songwriting is hard, âIt kind of goes head to head. Itâs nothing like creating an idea and having that song become a part of life for people to hear and experience it.â Click here for more on the exclusive interview with Marsha Ambrosius where she discusses the Floetry breakup, her love life, and where she and Natalie stand as of today.
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