Craig Smith of the Washington Post reviewed Floetry’s show at the 9:30 club earlier this month. Smith writes, “Backed by four instrumentalists, Floetry — urbane rhymer Natalie Stewart and chic crooner Marsha Ambrosius — focused on self-empowerment that would make Dr. Phil proud. On the wickedly catchy ‘Mr. Messed Up,’ the ladies firmly urged former beaus to ‘take it personal’ on their way out the door. Ballads were plentiful: ‘Sunshine,’ for one, coolly utilized the to-and-fro blend of Stewart’s slow, rapping couplets and Ambrosius’s hefty melodic belts.”
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