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Marsha Ambrosius breaks down her biggest hits
Marsha Ambrosius breaks down her biggest hits

Marsha Ambrosius knows how to craft a hit. The singer-songwriter -- formally known as one-half of the neo-soul/spoken-word hybrid Floetry -- had already crafted tracks for Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys and Jamie Foxx before she broke out with her solo debut, 2011’s “Late Nights & Early Mornings.” Ahead of her follow-up, “Friends & Lovers,” and a slot at the 2014 BET Experience (she plays Friday alongside Maxwell and Jill Scott), Ambrosius told Pop & Hiss the stories behind some of her biggest hits.  “Run” (“Friends & Lovers,” 2014) “I remember it being somewhat of a solemn day. There had been a death in the family and it...

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