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Emily King shares new song "Good Friend"

Emily King has shared a new song online.

The singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “Good Friend” to her official YouTube channel on Wednesday (March 11, 2015). 64 more words

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Natalie Stewart Talks Reuniting With Marsha Ambrosius For Floetry Tour (VIDEO)

(AllHipHop News) England’s Floetry broke onto the U.S. music scene in 2002 with the radio hits “Floetic,” “Say Yes,” and “Getting Late.” Natalie Stewart (The Floacist) and Marsha Ambrosius (The Songstress) released two full length albums – Floetic and Flo’Ology, but the Neo Soul duo eventually parted ways to focus on their solo careers. 166 more words

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Sonna Rele and Marsha Ambrosius cover Michael Jackson's Butterflies

We have been watching this amazing girl sing since the days when she had only a few subscribers and her journey has been incredible. I love her voice and this cover with Marsha Ambrosius who actually wrote this song for MJ definitely gives us Butterflies!

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Yankees CC Sabathia and Shark Tank's Daymond John Honored at Annual RUSH HeARTS Education Valentine's Luncheon

Celebs BRRaved the Alaskan-like temps in New York City to attend Russell Simmons’ 12th annual RUSH HeARTS Education Valentine’s Luncheon, held at the Plaza Hotel, to raise money for his… 208 more words

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Floetry Reunites in London; Is a New Album Coming Next? (Watch)

Fans are really feenin’ for a comeback from Floetry! Since the group broke up in 2007, both ladies embarked on solo careers.

Well, a few days ago, … 123 more words

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(VIDEO): FORMER FLOETRY MEMBERS MARSHA AMBROSIUS AND NATALIE STEWART TOGETHER ONSTAGE IN LONDON

Taken from Marsha Ambrosius’ Facebook page

by Petula Caesar

Surprise surprise! After YEARS of not performing together, Marsha Ambrosius, formerly of the neo-soul duo Floetry (she was “The Songstress”) brought former member Natalie Stewart (a.k.a. 62 more words