Shortly after the finish of her gold-selling R&B act Floetry, singer, songwriter, and producer Marsha Ambrosius — whose biggest claim to fame like a writer is Michael Jackson’s Top 20 hit “Butterflies” — signed with Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label. Nothing at all originated from the short-lived alliance. During innovative limbo, Ambrosius — a Liverpool, Britain native who relocated to Philadelphia, Pa — was non-etheless active, issuing a small number of mixtapes and collaborating with Alicia Secrets (“Go Forward’), Mario (“Why”), Jazmine Sullivan (“Music [All I Want]”), Jamie Foxx (“Freak’in Me”), and Wale (“Journal”). Ambrosius ultimately authorized with J Information, where she finally released her first established solo album, Past due Evenings & Early Mornings, in 2011. The arranged debuted at number 2 within the Billboard 200, as the Best Five R&B solitary “A LONG WAY AWAY” was nominated for Grammy honours within the categories of Greatest R&B Music and Greatest R&B Overall performance. J closed store, and Ambrosius was shifted to RCA, where she released her follow-up, Close friends & Enthusiasts, in 2014. Among the album’s perhaps most obviously singles was “More powerful,” which she was became a member of by Dr. Dre.