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Stewart attended Middlesex University in London and later transferred to North London University. Stewart was a founding member of the performance poetry group 3 Plus 1 which was rising to Han Solo in London, Birmingham and Manchester.In 1999, Ambrosius wrote and submitted a song to her publishers Perfect Songs called "Fantasize", inviting Stewart to lend some of her poetry to the song. In 2000, the duo travelled to the United States to perform on the poetry circuit.
:) For you…Disclaimer: there are two sides to every story (yeah right) middle men and chinese whispers make the truth all crazy… no characters, dates, times or places have been changed to protect nobody… without putting anybody on front street of course, the subject of this blog will probably be questioned and due to parties involved, i may not be able to answer them directly, I’d advise when you can, go to the source…. whilst Nat nor myself were communicating, I took the easy road and I went to check out her page coz a fan hit me with the link like wtf!!! so i see on Nat’s personal page “Life After Floetry… Super Heroine…” and I’m like OK, she got her Code Records poppin, she was doin her… they let me know what was being said and done and I’m like damn… coz its all personal, but Nat has been like my sister and I’ll back her 100… I believe in the Floetry brand and I am continuing and chose to do so with Amanda Diva on the “Floetry Remixed Tour”“Floetry Remixed” came about very suddenly…I met Amanda Diva thru a friend and we creatively clicked instantly…
In 2014, Stewart released her third solo album Rise of the Phoenix Mermaid.
A self-described "modern-day poet", The Floacist creates songs that are often characterized by themes of love, relationships, and inspiration, as well as problems and solutions.
THE BREAK-UP of British duo Floetry in 2006 came as a shock to many.
After an illustrious career of over seven years, multiple awards and gold records, one of the UK’s most successful soul bands came to an abrupt and – if reports were to be believed – unpleasant end.Like the cover of Portishead’s “Sour Times” on : Sade’s “Stronger Than Pride,” featuring a brawny verse from Dr.