In her proclamation of motherhood, Marsha Ambrosius liberated her latest project 'NYLA' named after her daughter.
The 16 tracked LP is rejoiced as Marsha Ambrosius' growth in four years since her last album, 'Friends & Lovers.' On the account of Ambrosius matured experiences of becoming a wife, a mother, having a family of her own; and evolving as a woman through those experiences. The Grammy nominated singer and songwriter is more polished and gleaming with a newfound self, in view of her Floetry days.
NYLA starts off with the album titled track of Marsha Ambrosius, reminiscent of when she first met her hubby (Dez Billups) and how the encounter led to the manifestation of their daughter. Maintaining neo-soul and impassioned vibes, Marsha delivers one of those songs that sets the mood and tone in a club on the track, 'Bottle Fulla Liquor.'
Utilizing her platform as a musician, Ambrosius brings awareness through music about police brutality on the conscious 'Old Times.'
NYLA features production from: Harmony Samuels, Focus, The Stereotypes and more. Dubbing one solo features from Maroon 5’s PJ Morton.
Stream it below for your listening pleasure.