Marsha Ambrosius (8 August 1977) is a singer and songwriter from Liverpool, who began her career in the band Floetry together with Natalie Stewart. The young women met at The BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology. Marsha was studying business and finances while Natalie was learning arts and media. After BRIT, the young women went their separate ways. They haven’t seen each other for several years but always kept in touch.
At the end of the 1990s, Stewart formed a poetry group 3 Plus 1, which became popular in Birmingham, London, and Manchester. In 1999, Marsha wrote a single "Fantasize" for the publishers at Perfect Songs. The lyrics were based on Stewart’s poetry. That’s how young women started working together. They formed a duo called Floetry.
In 2000, the artists performed at the poet gatherings in the USA. A while later, they moved to Philadelphia where they worked with Touch Of Jazz studio. The duo got a priceless opportunity to sing as back vocalists for Michael Jackson’s song “Butterflies” from the LP, Invincible.
The artists released several successful singles, "Floetic", "Say Yes", and "Getting Late". All of them became part of the debut LP, Floetic. In 2003, the group released a new LP, Floacism. Two years later, Flo'Ology came out. The band fell apart in 2005.