Video Premiere: Marsha Ambrosius' 'Far Away'
Marsha Ambrosius devotes newly-premiered music video for her new single "Far Away" to raise awareness against bullying. Inspired by her real-life experience, the clip revolves around a gay who is shoved aside by people in his neighborhood due to his sexual orientation.
"Dear friends, every year over 1 million people commit SUICIDE. Some were BULLIED because of their SEXUALITY. I lost a friend to SUICIDE, and I'm asking all of you to support alternative lifestyles," Marsha states. "Don't put up with or join in with BULLYING. It's time we become more aware in this WORLD. Take a responsibility to make a difference. So if my MUSIC can save one life, I've done my job."
"Far Away" is taken from Marsha Ambrosius' forthcoming solo debut album "Late Nights, Early Mornings" which is slated to arrive in the Unites States on February 22.
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