(AllHipHop News) England's Floetry broke onto the U.S. music scene in 2002 with the radio hits "Floetic," "Say Yes," and "Getting Late." Natalie Stewart (The Floacist) and Marsha Ambrosius (The Songstress) released two full length albums - Floetic and Flo'Ology, but the Neo Soul duo eventually parted ways to focus on their solo careers.
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According to Stewart, Floetry is planning to reunite for a new tour. Supporters of the Grammy nominated group can expect to see them officially back together later this year.
"There's a reunion coming up. Marsha and I are doing a lot of planning, getting things together," reveals Stewart to DJ Smallz Eyes. "I say look out for us in the spring. I don't have any definite dates, but yes there will be a reunion tour."
Fans in London got to see Stewart and Ambrosius side-by-side on stage late last year. That was the first time they performed as Floetry since 2006.
"Marsha and I touched a stage in December for the first time in eight years, and it was like autopilot," says Stewart.
Watch Natalie Stewart's interview and the Floetry London performance below.