One half of Floetry revives neo soul sound on 'Feel Good'

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In the early 2000’s the English duo Floetry had a stellar stream of hits that were staples in the neo-soul genre.

Responsible for the classic 2002 album Floetic and the slow jam “Say Yes,” the Grammy-nominated tandem of Marsha “The Songstress” Ambrosius and Natalie “The Floacist” Stewart parted ways in 2006.

Since then, Ambrosius has a had a stellar solo career collaborating with Nas, Ne-Yo, The Game and others, but now its Stewart’s turn to shine.

Check out the British emcee’s video to her new single “Feel Good” from her latest album Rise Of The Phoenix Mermaid, and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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