The duality of growing up in the diehard streets of New York City and in the tropics of Carolina, Puerto Rico has offered a great framework for Natalis as an artist. Among her career highlights so far, she has written R&B songs for A&E/Lifetime’s hit biopic Wendy Williams: The Movie (How You Doing?, Suddenly). Her Latin pop song “La Persecucion” has been synced multiple times on shows like TLC’s 90 Day Fiance: The Single Life and The Family Chantel, VH1’s Cartel Crew, Netflix’s Queer Eye and more.
As a background vocalist, this Nuyorican songbird,ì has also graced the live stage with icons such as Cece Houston, Darlene Love & Mariah Carey. Additionally, she was chosen to be a part of an eclectic group of elite singers, “The Blessed Choir,” that contributed to iconic Hip Hop albums such as J Cole’s Born Sinner and Kanye West’s Yeezus & Life of Pablo under the direction of multiplatinum producer Ken Lewis. Her participation on Kanye’s Grammy Nominated recordings awarded her two Grammy participation certificates and eventually this, in combination with additional indie recordings, catapulted the “Crooked Smile” crooner into becoming a Grammy Voting Member.
Natalis is now using her voice in many ways. She is currently hosting her own R&B radio show on 99.9FM The Beat ABQ every Sunday at 10pm MST. Now under the guidance of Argenis Management, having been highlighted for her work by SoundBetter and Spotify’s Noteable “Created by Women” blog, this songstress got next!
Her latest single “Las Paredes” is pure FUEGO. Peaking at position #14 on the Latin iTunes Charts, the first verse of this hit drops like a bombshell as Natalis recounts a relatable story of when she was tempted to rekindle things with a toxic ex. The hook is sure to become the next relationship catch phrase as she playfully manipulates crooning, “Los únicos testigos serán las paredes.” You can feel the energy of the song climaxing in the second verse. “Sabanas caen rápido mi lengua como látigo…” lash out of Natalis like a whip commanding its sub. Listen responsibly; this song might make you do things you’re not ready for.