...a mind-blowing album that has them stepping up their soul game once again.
Matilda Egere-Cooper 2003
Not keen to embrace the dreaded sophomore slump, Floetry have produced a mind-blowing album that has them stepping up their soul game once again.
Joints like the head-nodder "Supastar" (featuring Common) are in the mix to satisfy the movers and the shakers; but this album really leans towards that sultry, after-hours vibe they demonstrated on their debut, Floetic.
On "Imagination", powerhouse vocalist Marsha practically purrs all over the alluring slow jam, while "I Want You" blushes with sexual innuendo.
When they're not in the seductive mood though, these Brit girlssketch out the trivialities of modern day relationships with plenty of style and class.Carrie Bradshaw, take note this is Sex in the City, London (via Philadelphia) style.