R&B duo Floetry will release its second studio album, "Flo'Ology," Nov. 8 via Geffen.
R&B duo Floetry will release its second studio album, "Flo'Ology," Nov. 8 via Geffen. The Scott Storch-produced first single, "SupaStar," features Common and can be streamed from the duo's official Web site. It is also available for download from Apple's iTunes Music Store.
"This album is completely and utterly self-centered," group member Natalie Stewart admits. "It's about breaking ourselves down over and over and over again, knocking ourselves off our pedestals and then building up again and getting knocked off again. Every song speaks to a different mood and feeling."
"Flo'Ology" is the follow-up to the group's 2002 debut, "Floetic," which has sold nearly 788,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. A live album, "Floacism," was issued in late 2003.
Having completed its summer stint on the Sugar Water tour with Erykah Badu, Jill Scott and Queen Latifah, Floetry will next be on stage Sept. 17 at London's Shepherds Bush Empire.