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How many people knew it was Marsha Ambrosius singing the ad-libs at the end of Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River?” 

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Marsha Ambrosius: Nyla Album Stream

Marsha Ambrosius returns after a four-year break with her Nyla album. Her passionate vocals are still intact but this time she is married and a mother which is reflected in the music. Ambrosius handles the bulk of the singing with only one guest appearance from PJ Morton. The soul chanteuse is currently on tour as the opening act for Maxwell. 

Marsha Ambrosius: Old Times Official Video

[youtube id=”Fk3qdcgjCgE”]Marsha Ambrosius is returning with a new full-length album in the fall called NYLA. “Old Times” is the first video from NYLA and she is seen singing while holding her adorable daughter and waiting for her man to return home. However, there are two scenarios before he arrives and the first one acknowledges the kind of abuse of power some police officers have used to kill unarmed Black men. Thankfully the video ends with Ambrosius, her daughter and the child’s father together at home. 

DJ Aktive: 90’s Love Featuring Marsha Ambrosius Official Video

[vimeo id=”245942780″] DJ Aktive’s video for “90’s Love” featuring Marsha Ambrosius is a hip-hop love letter to the era set in his Philadelphia hometown. Ambrosius is the camera’s main focus until shots of the city take the center. Record shopping and styles from the ’90s pass by the screen and DJ Aktive also gets into the frame. His debut EP, The Tour, will come out in the spring of 2018.