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Download links and information about Floetic by Floetry. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:09:06 minutes.

Artist: Floetry
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Soul, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:09:06
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No. Title Length
1. Big Ben 1:54
2. Floetic 4:06
3. Ms. Stress 3:52
4. Sunshine 4:15
5. Getting Late 6:46
6. Fun 4:15
7. Mr. Messed Up 4:21
8. Say Yes 4:28
9. Hello 4:08
10. Headache 4:03
11. Hey You 5:04
12. If I Was A Bird 5:03
13. Opera 4:00
14. Subliminal 3:57
15. Butterflies (Demo Version) 4:03
16. Now You're Gone (More Than I Can Feel) [feat. Sebastian Rogers] 4:51



Singing "songstress" Marsha Ambrosius and spoken word "floacist" Natalie Stewart have concocted a smooth, sultry, and soulful album with the help of producers Darren "Limitless" Henson, Keith "Keshon" Pelzer, Vidal Davis, Ivan "Orthodox" Barias, and Andre "Dirty" Harris, whose combined credentials include Bilal and Jill Scott. The album includes some faster hip-hop tracks such as "Opera," but it tends toward mid-tempo grooves and slow jams with a warm, after-dark chill-out feel. The music is classy and sleek, not raucous or abrasive, and Stewart even says to "turn the music down" during "Headache." The duo may sing about bringing the vibe "from SC5 to Philly's Westside" ("Floetic"), but they also dwell a lot on personal heartache; sample lyrics include "I cry oceans" ("Headache") and "so much pain and misery" ("If I Were a Bird"), and even "Fun" is hooked around the phrase "this isn't my idea of fun." Ambrosius and Stewart are both adept at their respective vocal techniques, but their main strength is the interplay between their two voices; this interplay, like the album in general, is a good demonstration of how contrasting styles can be brought together to form an appealing whole. This CD includes two bonus tracks: the demo version of "Butterflies" (which was a hit when performed by Michael Jackson) and a collaboration with Sebastian Rogers on "Now You're Gone (More Than I Can Feel)."