Marsha Ambrosius

Marsha Ambrosius is a songwriter and former member of the English R&B duo Floetry. Floetry’s debut album Floetic went gold in the U.S., and they went on to release two more albums, Floacism and Flo’Ology. Flo’Ology debuted at #7 on Billboard’s Hot 200, #2 on the Top R&B charts, and sold over 77,000 copies in its first week. Their song “Where’s The Love” was featured in the film Bringing Down the House, and rapper Common and Mos Def are featured on singles “Supastar” and “Wanna B Where U R (Thisizzaluvsong)”.

Marsha is a highly regarded songwriter having co-written with some of the biggest names in music including Alicia Keys, The Game, Nas and Jamie Foxx. She also co-wrote the song “Butterflies” which was a huge radio hit for Michael Jackson. She is also well known for her own single “I Hope She Cheats On You (With A Basketball Player)”

Marsha is currently enjoying success from her most recent album Late Nights and Early Mornings which went to No. 1 on Billboard’s R&B Chart in March 2011. The album has also be nominated for multiple awards at the 2012 Grammy Awards.