Marsha Ambrosius introduced herself and newly added member Amanda Diva as the group Floetry to the city of Chicago. For those that didnt know, floacist Natalie Stewart left the group earlier this year, and complete details of the groups break up have still yet to surface. In recent interviews regarding her newfound position as part of Floetry, Amanda Diva declined to comment on why the group broke up saying she felt it wasnt her place to speak on it. The question iscan we get Marsha on the phone to find out what really happened to the original group?Without knowing what to expect from the new duo, it was surprising to see the flowing chemistry between the two. Marsha contributed her flawless vocals, while Amanda brought forth a Hip-Hop edge that gave the group a whole new vibe. While performing a handful of songs remixed, where Amanda added her rhymes in place of Natalies vocals, the two displayed the potential of making decent music together. The duo also performed new music they had written, which presented Amanda the opportunity to show some poetic, rhyming skills and even her singing ability, while harmonizing alongside Marsha. In all honesty, the new duo didnt have the polished edge from the Floetic yesterdays, but in time if the two actually stay together and made an album, that opinion might change.While speaking with several members of the audience, many werent aware that the group had parted ways and were surprised to see that Amanda Diva had been added to the roster. In promoting the show (which was held in the intimate backyard of the House of Blues) the bill should have readFloetry: Marsha Ambrosius and Amanda Diva but it didnt. While it wasnt fair to those who expected to see Marsha and Natalie together, most seemed satisfied with the groups overall performance.Now that Floetry is officially remixed, it doesnt take away from the classic music the original duo delivered to the R&B/Hip-Hop/Neo-Soul world. Two Black women from England came to America and brought forth a style that the Hip-Hop generation was missing. Now that the group has evolved, it will be interesting to see how Marsha Ambrosiusthe English R&B chick weve grown to love, collaborates with Amanda Divaan All-American Hip-Hop head.