Marsha marveling over her new love (isn't she a doll?!!)
Marsha (Floetry) and Mario had fun with each other backstage. Too cute!
Singing for the ladies...mmmm hmmmm.
Thanks for letting us see your eyes Common.
I had a chance to be entertained by some of the industry's most talented: Marsha Ambrosius (Floetry), Mario (who serenaded me!), AND Common took over the stage in a sexy fashion last week during the latest installment of R&B Live at 595 North in Atlanta (sponsored by Lincoln). And by the performances i saw, i can securely say that music and true talent in of itself is not dead.
Marsha has broke away from Floetry and is putting her sultry sounds to the test, coming out with a solo project next year. Not only can she sing like a humming bird but she can ball. Did you know that the 31 year old London native was slated to play ball for GA Tech before her music deal came into place? I'm glad she didn't miss this calling. From a BAD break-up to a new love, the songstress put her heart on wax with her new project, but is there a song beef with fellow singer Alicia Keys? Hmmm. The sweet crooner, Mario has been busy with a new album of his own dropping next year but his followers wanna know what's up with his family? Is his mom off of the addiction? And fan favorite, hip hop legend Common raps his way into our hearts with another album titled, "Universal Mind Control", dropping November 11th. Yall it's HOTT! This might be his best lyrical effort yet. He did a few samples of the new LP during the show. Expect some funky surprises. Get up with some pieces of the performance and interviews with Marsha and Mario throughout this post.
Crazy fun night (yo the DJ was HOTT with it!!), good, REAL music. Shout out to Mute Media and J Erving Group: JCarter, Mark Issa and J Erving for R&B Live Atlanta's influence!!
Thanks so much to Ms. Cherry Banez (CherryPublicty LLC), publicity diva herself for the invite. She cares for her clients and always looks out for the media and it's appreciated.