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Album Review

Ex-Floetry poet Natalie Stewart's first solo album, released after her creative partnership with Marsha Ambrosius sailed away on a floe, carries on in the tradition of her past work. For Floetry fans who wanted Stewart, the Floacist, to be given more time in the spotlight, Floetic Soul should be worth the wait. Stewart’s breathy, labyrinthine spoken word verses here — heavy on romantic matters while allowing plenty of time for introspection and casually uplifting material — stretch out in a low-key but stimulating way. The woman can hold her own. That said, the three cuts featuring guest vocalists — “Keep It Going” (Raheem DeVaughn), “Forever” (Musiq Soulchild), and the particularly excellent silken quiet storm of “Come Over” (Lalah Hathaway) — just happen to be the brightest spots.

Customer Reviews

Worth the Wait!

From the beginning to the end...sheer fluidity. Thank YOU, Floacist, for continuing to share your gift with the world. We missed you...we knew you'd reappear...YOUR shoes have been waiting for you...noone else has been able to fill them! Welcome back, Goddess!

Oh So Pressed!

I LOVE IT! I heard most of the album at the listening party in Baltimore. Thank you so much for that opportunity. I set reminders and woke up at 1:30 to purchase. So pressed for this great work! Off to sleep... taking in your Floetic Soul. Keep up the GREAT work. Your style is one of a kind. ~Lata

One of the Best R&B Albums of The Year!

To all of the Floetry fans, I am sure you will dig this solo outing from The Floacist, from beginning to end she takes you on a great musical journey....My favs are:

"Come Over"
"Need You"
"Let Me"
and don't sleep on the last track "Alright Then", overall I am DIGGING the whole record...Props to Natalie for delivering a feel good record...Enjoy it....Shout out to my man J.R. Hutson who has worked with Jill, Musiq, Mike Phillips, and others, he did his thing on this record...


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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