Music Review: “Late Nights & Early Mornings”

Although Marsha Ambrosius' album "Late Nights & Early Mornings" has been released a few days over a month, it still seems to be on heavy rotation for many listeners. I know for me it's been on rotation at least twice a day! The album is a perfect blend of sultry, vindictive, loving, and just plain old feel good music. Songs like, "With You" and "Late Nights & Early Mornings" have that sensual feel that we all know and love that Floetry did so well. Then there is the radio hit "Hope She Cheats On You". Who didn't love that song? It was the perfect balance of bitterness, vindictive, and closure. My absolute favorite, "I Want You To Stay", is the song you blast while driving, windows down, singing at the top of your lungs, not caring that people in the cars next to you are starring. It has such a Michael Jackson feel, I wouldn't be surprised if he were alive today he would ask to record it. Speaking of MJ, Marsha recorded a remix version of the song "Butterflies", which was an original song on the Floetry demo that Michael Jackson loved so much and recorded.

This album is chock full of hit after hit and relatable song after relatable song. However, "The Break Up Song" isn't my favorite. That's usually the song I skip over. It may work for many but it's not my cup of tea. I suggest you go out and by the album and decide for yourself. You won't be disappointed.

4.5 out of 5