On Sunday, July 20th, The Floacist will enlighten event-goers with her poetic soul music at SOBs in NYC.
The Floacist follows up her lead single “Feel Good” with the sensual and soulful offering, “Try Something New (I Do).”
The Floacist reveals the music video for her latest single, “Feel Good,” an empowering cut about coming together in love and harmony.
The Floacist will follow up her 2012 sophomore album, The Floacist Presents Floetry Re:Birth, with her third offering, Rise of the Phoenix Mermaid
You may know Natalie âThe Floacistâ Stewart, as one half of the soulful duo Floetry, a group that enticed us with sensual records like âSay Yesâ; but today we know The Floacist as an independent artist who continues to prove that a blend of neo-soul and poetry make for inspiring records.
I would never be so presumptuous to speak on Marshaâs behalf. But letâs take the Marsha and Kanye West song for one [The One]. Itâs completely outside of what Floetry is about.
About seven years ago Prince had wrote a song for Floetry. It was an exceptional privilege working with Prince. He invited us to his house and he predicted all the challenges that would come as a group.
On “Start Again,” the poetic songstress teams with crooner Raheem DeVaughn, and producer/songwriter Nolan âKnow-1 Specialâ Weekes for a jazzy and soulful high.
On the heels of her brand new self-penned record, Soul, The Floacist is finally speaking out publicly regarding Marsha Ambrosius leaving Floetry. Since the breakup over six years ago, the Floacist had remained silent, while Ambrosius spoke publicly about leaving the group, but now she is finally saying her piece.
The Floacist issues the brand new self-penned track, “Soul,” the follow-up to her lead single “Say Yes.” Set to appear on her forthcoming second solo studio album, The Floacist Presents: Floetry Rebirth, on the track, The Floacist sings about keeping Floetry alive following the departure of Marsha Ambrosius.