Floetry

Biography

London ladies Floetry (aka Natalie "The Floacist" Stewart and Marsha Ambrosius) brought their own unique style to the table, mixing laid-back hip-hop, spoken-word poetry, and butter-smooth vocal flourishes. Backed by mellow, easy-going beats from Jazzy Jeff's A Touch Of Jazz production team, the duo hit the scene hard with their debut album, Floetic, released in the fall of 2002. In addition to their own work, they are highly successful songwriters for other artists, including Michael Jackson ("Butterflies'), and Jill Scott ("Love Again"). After a 2005 follow-up, Flo'Ology, Ambrosius and Stewart parted ways. Stewart tried to keep the group going with spoken-word artist Amanda Diva before calling it quits in 2007.
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