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Produced by her husband Nolan Weekes, former Floetry front-woman Natalie Stewart’s sophomore studio album under The Floacist moniker finds her singing more confidently and assertively. But there are also traces of bitterness laced in her lyrics that take aim at Marsha Ambrosius (who left Floetry to go solo in 2007). Add to that an album title that hints at taking back (or “rebirthing”) Floetry, and there’s a palpable tension eminent when Stewart sings, "Where you wanna be/ It's not for me...I just can't sell my soul" in the slow-burning standout jam “Soul.” But don’t think that all of Floetry Re:Birth is riddled with resentment. The opening cut “Start Again” is a radiant tune that drips golden R&B honey over a simmering groove with ample help from guest singer Raheem DeVaughn. And the following “Children Of The Sun” contrasts complex drum patterns with languid soul. Stewart’s more seductive side surfaces throughout Floetry Re:Birth, especially in the mellow reggae rhythms of “This Love” where her breathy coos are sure to garner a few Sade comparisons.

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I just happened to be browsing new releases and came across this new joint by the Floacist. This record is ON FYA! I am not disappointed and you won't be either. I don't know why she and Marsha Ambrosius could not work it out because they complement each other extremely well. Maybe in the future....but for now this is it!

Amazing Album

I knew following The Floacist on Twitter & reading her tweets that Floetry Re:Birth album was going to be pretty amazing & spectacular! I love the entire album! Slow Down is awesome & speaks to me because that's where I'm at in my life now! Her voice & poetry is even more incredible! :-)

I like it!

I like this much better than her first CD. Take a listen....


Born: England

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After the 2007 split of R&B duo Floetry, spoken word artist and whisper-voiced vocalist Natalie Stewart -- aka the Floacist -- made a handful of guest appearances on recordings by other musicians, including Brian Culbertson's XII. She signed as a solo artist to the Shanachie label, which released her debut album, Floetic Soul, in November 2010. Dominated by seductive ballads featuring Stewart’s trademark breathy whispers, she benefited from collaborations with Musiq Soulchild, Raheem DeVaughn, and...
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