Interview: Marsha Ambrosius Talks Reuniting With Floetry, Recording With Michael Jackson & Arguments On Social Media Taneisha Nicole February 10, 2015 British songstress Marsha Ambrosius stepped on home soil to perform at South London’s Clapham Grand. The audience received live vocals, good stories and the surprise of Floetry reuniting on stage! Our very own Nathan Devonte caught up with Marsha straight after the show backstage. Before hits such as ‘Far Away’ the singer rose to stardom as one half of the poetic duo that was Floetry and brought us songs such as ‘Say Yes‘ and ‘Floetic’. SE5 to Philly's West Side… RP via @marvinambrosius pic by @darwoodgrace #FLOETRY Last night in London Clapham Grand @floacist @TheSongstressFloetry A post shared by marshaambrosius (@marshaambrosius) on Dec 17, 2014 at 12:16am PST Since disbanding Marsha has had countless of hit collaborations over the years with artists such as Jamie Foxx, The Game, legends Earth Wind and Fire and of course Micheal Jackson. With solo success came the release of her very own album Late Nights & Early Mornings, back in 2011 where we heard winning songs such as ‘Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)’ and ‘Far Away’. Peep the 4 minute teaser below: Last year Marsha released new music with her Sophomore album Friends & Lovers, with hit songs such as ‘Run’ and the Dr. Dre collab ‘Stronger’. Collaborating with Anthony Hamilton for their song ‘As’ found the pair nominated this year for a Grammy, the is song taken from the soundtrack for film The Best Man Holiday. During our talk Marsha teases writing for Brandy’s new music project, working in the studio with Michael Jackson on the song ‘Butterflies’ from the late singers 2001 album Invincible and talks US-based international movement Black Lives Matter. Watch the full interview below interview below: Your Thoughts? Share this TEA:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) You must log in to post a comment.