Vixen Chat: The Floacist Talks New Album, Floetry’s Break-Up and Being An Independent Artist


| November 12, 2012 - 11:01 pm

Since Floetry’s separation, very little has been heard from Natalie “The Floacist” Stewart. Formerly one half of the group Floetry with Marsha “The Songstress” Ambrosius, who together soothed our ears with sensual soul, she is best known for hit singles like “Getting Late,” “Lay Down” and Grammy-nominated “Say Yes.”

A solo career was never intended, but in 2007 when the group dismantled, an offering came in the form of the 2010 LP The Floacist Presents: Floetic Soul, and thus began her emancipative journey to personal healing and establishing new life mantras. The London-based, independent artist commemorates the ten-year anniversary of Floetry with her forthcoming two-part sophomore production as a solo artist, Floetry Re:Birth.

“This album is about self-love,” she shares from her home in the UK. ”It’s about independence, self–ownership and energy of temperance. The contribution of this record is being the difference it wants to see.”

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