Spend All My Time feat. The intro: a soft and humble beginning. In a good way, it shows, as it contains another sizable volume of impeccable—sometimes explicit—slow jams. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. Production from Eric Hudson, J.
E League and others acclaimed come together to create a sound so delicate it will have you listening with ease from beginning to end. It is strictly forbidden to share links to albums via file sharing sites Zippyshare, Torrent, Kingdom Leaks etc. A tribute to the wonderful, Sade and her 1988 single, the cover and edgy beat the captures the battle of pride vs. I enjoy being absolutely single with some friends and lovers. La La La La La 10. Ending the album Ambrosius remains hopeful while dealing with the consequences of crossing boundaries. How Much More Interlude 7.
Both songs enliven the second half of a follow-up that's just as hot as the debut. Marsha Ambrosius' solo debut had staying power, too. The album features from , , and. In its second week, the album dropped to number 45 on the , selling 7,000 copies, bringing its total album sales to 24,000 copies. Cupid Shot Me Straight Through My Heart 11.
Original Floetry members Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart met through their love of basketball and formed a friendship. Stewart was a founding member of the performance poetry group 3 Plus 1 which was rising to critical acclaim throughout London, Birmingham, and Manchester. I put all of the things I need to do on the album with the last album. During these years, both women continued to keep in touch. Has it Leaked is not a download site.
The album is a piece of art from a lady in love. Ambrosius takes us on a journey and opens our imagination to thoughts of lust and attraction. . Front-loaded with a handful of euphoric ballads, including collaborations with Da Internz and the J. The album was released on 15 July 2014 by. For college Ambrosius planned to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia but could not due to an injury. After inviting Ambrosius to join her on stage to perform at.
The album loses a little more steam with a couple less stimulating, merely adequate numbers, such as a duet with Charlie Wilson. League, the album is mostly about vulnerable but assertive sensuality. Marsha Ambrosius' solo debut had staying power, too. At an hour in length, the album isn't without imperfections. A beat that flows in perfect harmony with the raw emotion she so effortlessly present to us.
Going through the motions, Ambrosius engages in emotions of sadness, the pain of missing someone but keeps her heart open to love and all the heartache that can come with it. The album explores temptation, love, friendship and a desire and feeling so strong between two people that it cannot be dismissed. A beautifully seductive album created through passion and captured in talent. Blige, but her appeal matches them on this strong effort as she moves nimbly between refined maturity and raw sexual power. Stewart attended Middlesex University in London and later transferred to North London University. Dre's unmemorable guest verse is likewise peppered with allusions.
Marsha Ambrosius earned her net worth as a singer and songwriter. The dazzling latter, despite quoting Minnie Riperton, sounds more like a tribute to Teena Marie, with Ambrosius seemingly on the verge of singing about her third eye and subliminal chills. Captivating vocal ranges along with words and beats so infectious are what, combined; make this entire album a success. In a good way, it shows, as it contains another sizable volume of impeccable -- sometimes explicit -- slow jams. Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. . .