Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart, onetime neighborhood basketball queens, were also athletic rivals. Embracing their shared passion for poetry and lyric-writing, the British duo eventually teamed up as Floetry. They hypnotized listeners with velvety vocals and smooth R&B in their aphrodisiacal 2002 debut album, Floetic, featuring the chart-topping single, “Say Yes.” The 2005 follow-up, Flo’Ology, hit No. 2 on Billboard Hot 200 Top 10; Ambrosius and Stewart went on to write tunes for Michael Jackson and Jill Scott. After a hiatus, Floetry reunited for a 2015 reunion tour. And it’s safe to say these talented women still know how to keep their heads in the game.