British soul singer Marsha Ambrosius won fans over when she debuted with Floetry in 2002 and kept the momentum going with her debut solo album Late Nights, Early Mornings. Now, she’s ready to start talking about her upcoming second project.

Marsha spoke to Essence about status of the album and the sound fans will hear when it drops. Ambrosius believes fans will be able to tell she’s experienced more in life during the process of making this album as opposed to her previous works. Check out some of her comments below.

“It’s cooked. It’s a well prepared meal with gorgeous side dishes and snacks. With Late Nights and Early Mornings I was very precise in how I wanted it to be, but with this one, I don’t feel like I’m taking chances. I feel like I can be me now.”

“The first time around it was me showing and proving that I had a lane and an avenue to cover. But this album, I definitely had to live it to write it.”

 ”The sound and authenticity is still there. As far as a difference, you will be able to tell I experienced more this time. There is this expectancy there; I know who I’m talking to. I get to target the people I’ve met along the way.”

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The as-yet-untitled album is scheduled for a release sometime around Thanksgiving. What did you think of Marsha Ambrosius’ last album? Do you think she can top it?

Read the rest of Marsha Ambrosius’ thoughts on her new album here.



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