Video: The Floacist – “Say Yes”

 

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The Floacist celebrates the 10th anniversary of Floetry with a brand new rendition of their super popular boo anthem, “Say Yes.” Slowed down a little more and with an added jazzy flourish, The Floacist takes a solo approach this time around. Our lady takes center stage in the video with sexy mannerisms on ten, complete with a shirtless beau and swaying bohemian dancers.

October 2 will see the release of Floetry Re:Birth, the first Floetry release in six years!

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Marsha Ambrosius – Late Nights & Early Mornings Out Today

Marsha Ambrosius‘ (of the classic soul duo Floetry) highly anticipated solo album Late Nights and Early Mornings was released today, featuring the hit single “Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)” and another single currently climbing the charts, “Far Away.” The emotionally charged video for “Far Away,” conceptualized by Marsha and directed by her manager Julius Erving III, touches upon society’s current ills of bullying, gay bashing and suicide. By being honest and aware in her approach to creating timeless music, Late Nights & Early Mornings offers a candid glimpse of Marsha’s life and perspectives as she takes the reigns as the primary songwriter and producer of the album. Collaborations with musical peers Alicia Keys, Dre & Vidal (producers of “Say Yes”), Just Blaze and more add a raw and edgy vibe to the reflective and soulful album.

Marsha Ambrosius – “Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)”
 

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Marsha Ambrosius Video: “Far Away”

Marsha Ambrosius (of Floetry fame) has released this video for “Far Away,” a single off her upcoming album on J Records. Soak in this message from the artist:

Dear Friends,

Every year over 1 million people commit suicide. Some were bullied because of their sexuality. I lost a friend to suicide, and I’m asking all of you to support alternative lifestyles. Don’t put up with or join in with bullying. It’s time we become more aware in this world. Take responsibility to make a difference. So if my music can save one life, I’ve done my job.

I love you all so much!

Marsha