(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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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… 223 more words
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