January 27, 2009

Whatever happened to... Floetry?

Natalie Stewart goes solo, while Marsha Ambrosius hooks up with Dr. Dre's Aftermath Entertainment

From the article "Power of Soul" Floetry may be over, but the Floacist goes on. by Craig D. Lindsey

Sometimes you just have to face the music. You have to bite down and come to terms with the truth, no matter how painful or unbelievable it may be. Most recently I had to finally accept what I’ve been denying for a while now: Floetry has, indeed, broken up.

Floetry is (or was) two U.K.-born sistas who dropped one of the best black-music albums of the aughties, Floetic, easily the baby-makingest album of the decade.

Vocalist Marsha Ambrosius (“The Songstress”) and spoken-word poet Natalie Stewart (“The Floacist”) both came to Philly to record Floetic at DJ Jazzy Jeff’s A Touch of Jazz Studios. Released in 2002, it’s seductive, sensual and even self-reflective. Read more>>

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