R&B lovers around the world rejoiced a few weeks ago after Floetry members Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie ‘The Floacist' Stewart reunited on stage for the first time during Ambrosius' 'Friends and Lovers' tour stop at London's The Clapham Grand.
During the priceless moment, which had fans screaming at the top of their lungs, the former group members, who parted ways in 2007 to pursue their own solo careers, performed several catalog hits.
Now, in the aftermath of the reunion, Marsha is hinting at a possible reunion project.
"There’s a basic potential for a bunch of things," Ambrosius told yourmusicmyworld.com. "I’m all about sustaining legends and we have Floetry at our disposal, we just have to continue to prove points on being the underdog, being the people that pioneered and paved the way for the UK. I think its perfect time for us to do it now, we’re both grown, we’ve done things outside of eachother and it’s just that much easier to come back and give back. But I will need a teleprompter for all these lyrics that I don’t know anymore *laughs*. So who knows we’ll see."
A Floetry album in 2015 will definitely brighten our smile!