Back in yesteryear, Janet taught us there could be no revolution with out baile (dance). Undoubtedly, Lady Gaga and Janelle Monae have added their twenty-first century and twenty-second century flare, respectively, to the socially conscious dance movement. Marsha Ambrosius has another vantage point on where the revolution will take place. The 33-year-old Liverpool, England native and previous librarian released her solo debut, Late Night & Early Mornings, on March 1st, 2011. The album is heavy on the harmonies, Prince-inspired 808s and high pitch squeals, and as the grown folks say:” baby making music.” If you have not had sex to “Your Hands,” “With You,” or the title track, you must be living under a rock, or “doin the grown up” to the likes of Chris Brown and Trina (the latter not being so bad). And this is where the revolution is: it is in the rhythm you bring to your hips in between the sheets.
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