UPDATE: The anticipated LP is coming in six weeks, and features Alicia Keys.
Former Floetry member Marsha Ambrosius has further delayed her solo debut, Late Nights, Early Mornings. After a tenure with Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment, the English born singer is expected to unveil her premier album via J Records.
After reportedly being set to release in October and subsequently November of this year, Late Nights, Early Mornings is now expected to release of January of 2011.
At present, the album is slated to feature Hip Hop artists including Fabolous, Maino, (as heard on "Hope She Cheats On You (Remix)" and others. Previously, Marsha has worked with Game, Outkast, Slum Village and Little Brother.
UPDATE: Today, J Records announced that Late Nights, Early Mornings will release on March 1, 2011. The album features collaborations with label-mate Alicia Keys, as well as Grammy Award-winning producers Dre & Vidal.