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Yes, they've expanded the breadth of older material, and yes, there is a real possibility of new Floetry material. "There are so many projects out there for me and with me on them that remain in my vaults that when I'm onstage, I don't think about it. After years of rumored beef, Ambrosius is speaking out about what exactly put an end to Floetry’s beautiful music. “But I couldn’t, because if the other person is in a very damaging, abusive relationship and you’re the best friend that’s watching all of this unfold before your eyes… I don’t want to be here for that and it’s unfair for me to see you go through this.” Ambrosius, who’s expecting her first child with her boyfriend Dez Billups, said all it took for she and Stewart to make up was a phone call.In an exclusive interview with our sister site, EBONY.com, the Far Away” singer said the real reason the group disbanded in 2006 was because of an unhealthy relationship between Stewart and her ex-boyfriend. “We just embraced, tears fell, looked over old photos, brought up old jokes,” she recalled of their December 2014 meet up. This is the person that I loved.” Head over to to read Marsha Ambrosius’ full interview where she talks about how she and her boyfriend met, preparing for motherhood, and whether or not there will ever be another Floetry album in the works.Their neo-soul sultriness and unique mixture of poetry and song quickly gained the attention of music lovers and critics alike, garnering a total of seven Grammy nominations.
Badu’s new recording is a stark departure from her previous work, but she’s not talking about fightin’ “bitches” and actin like she’s a Crip all of a sudden.
But it’s quite another thing to all of a sudden become this gangstress singing to the beat of Dre’s “Bitches Ain’t Shit” about how “all you bitches don’t mean shit to me” when you were giving us some of the most beautful R & B love songs recorded in this generation!
You would hardly recognize the vocalist from “It’s Getting Late” and “Like A Bird” with songs like “Grind You Up” and “You’s a Beeyatch!!!
Marsha Thomason has had no other relationships that we know of.
From the age of 13, Thomason attended Oldham Theatre Workshop, where she participated in youth theatre productions.
“I did everything I could to get Marsha on the record and the best I could do was to do a re-interpretation of “Say Yes” to honor the 10 years.