Floetry is a British R&B duo featuring Marsha Ambrosius as "the Songstress" and spoken word artist Natalie Stewart as "the Floacist." The group recorded three albums, one live and two studio, and sold over 1.5 million records worldwide. Their debut album, Floetic, was released in 2002 and yielded the top 10 single “Say Yes” and two top 40 singles, “Floetic” and “Getting Late.” The group then released a live album, Floacism, which featured the single “Wanna B Where U R (Thisizzaluvsong).”  The group dissolved in 2007. Since then, both released solo albums, Stewart’s Floetic Soul in 2010 and Ambrosius's Late Nights & Early Mornings in 2011. Ambrosius’s solo debut peaked at number one on the R&B/Hip Hop chart and number two on the Billboard 200.

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