By Jack Barnes
Multi-Grammy nominated singer songwriter Marsha Ambrosius releases the impassioned visual for her new single “Old Times,” shot by The RiskTakerz (Gucci Mane, Future, 2Chainz) in Atlanta. Produced by DJ Camper (Tamar Braxton, Ledisi, Nicki Minaj), the single features Marsha’s signature melodic vocals as she reminds her lover of their longtime love as he navigates the streets to get home to their family. The video, which was directed by the Risk Takerz, replicates the same feeling adding symbolic imagery that has made headline news of violence against African-American people in the U.S. by authorities. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
Marsha is also gearing up to release her third album NYLA on September 14 via Entertainment One (eOne), which is the follow up to her 2014 release Friends & Lovers. The album will feature production by Focus, Stereotypes, Harmony Samuels as well as a heartfelt collaboration with PJ Morton. “Old Times” is currently available on all digital platforms.
Regarding the process of the album, Marsha states “I had a lot of pent up energy, and channeling all of the energy into the music is what helped save my sanity. Poems turned into melodies and then a bunch of songs, which was like my personal therapy in a sense.” She goes on, “From beginning to end, it’s me letting go of everything I wanted to let go of in my life and experiencing things all over again through Nyla’s eyes.”
In addition, Ambrosius will be serenading fans in New Orleans at the 2018 ESSENCE Festival on Saturday, July 7 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. She will be performing chart topping hits spanning across almost 2 decades including “Far Away,” “Say Yes” “Butterflies” “Hope She Cheats…,” “Late Nights & Early Mornings” and introducing new songs from the incredible upcoming album “NYLA.”
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