The British duo, made up of the Floacist a.k.a. Natalie Stewart and Floetress a.k.a. Marsha Ambrosius, was a blend of R&B and spoken word that nested perfectly in the burgeoning genre of neo-soul. The ladies garnered acclaim in hip hop circles and recorded with rappers like Common and Mos Def. Their jazzy hits, like “Say Yes” and “Getting Late,” kept fans wanting more, but members eventually parted ways, with Stewart brign replaced by TV personality Amanda Diva and Ambrosius finding success in songwriting (she penned Michael Jackson’s 2002 hit single, “Butterflies”) and, now, as a solo artist with her critically acclaimed solo debut, Late Nights and Early Mornings.