Marsha Ambrosius ft. The Game - Whats Goin’ On

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Warren "Oak" Felder of the "Knightwritaz"
Album:
TBD

Since Floetry’s Marsha Ambrosius first announced her solo deal with Dr. Dre‘s Aftermath Entertainment in ‘05, she has lent her voice to various projects featuring Nas, Rhymefest, OutKast, and Common, but never has released a solo single—until now.  On her debut offering, the UK-born/LA-resident songbird has broken up with her ex-boyfriend, but still finds herself in love with him; naturally, that makes her wonder What’s Goin’ On?  Frequent collaborator, The Game, begs the question as well, except he just wants her to forget about that ex.  Using an Isley Brothers’ sample from Footsteps in the Dark (see Ice Cube’s It Was A Good Day), What’s Goin’ On is an ideal choice for that late-night cruise.

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