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The most awarded artist of the last edition of the Latin Grammys started her successful career at age 14, when she joined the pop group Twist. It was then
that she decided to devote her life to music and started attending music school. She learned to play guitar and piano, as well as studied singing and dancing. Later on, she attended a music training program at Berklee College of Music in
Boston and, when she was 16, she started writing her own songs.
In 2002, at age 17, she signed her first record deal with Sony Music and made her debut album: ‘Natalia Lafourcade’, which was produced by Loris Ceroni and
In 2005, she released her second album: ‘Casa’, which she wrote along with her band ‘La Forquetina’.
In 2006, after spending nine months in Canada, she wrote the instrumental album ‘The Four Seasons of Love’, which she recorded with the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the State of Veracruz. At the same time, she also wrote some of the songs for her next solo album: ‘Hu Hu Hu’, which was released in
Her fifth album is the magnificent ‘Mujer Divina - Tribute to Agustin Lara’, which has set common ground between generations and highlights the romantic character of Mexican hearts. Musicians such as Gilberto Gil, Vicentico, Miguel Bosé, Lila Downs, Adrián Dargelos (Babasónicos), Meme (Café Tacuba), Jorge Drexler, León Larregui (Zoé), Leonardo de Lozanne, Leonel García y Kevin Johansen contributed to this album.
The album has become Platinum for reaching over 90,000 copies sold one year after its release. It has also remained in the Top Ten best-selling albums in iTunes for several months and was nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards, in the categories of: Best Alternative Music Album, Best Recording Engineering for an Album and Best Music Video, Extended Version. It is available for sale in
physical and digital stores in Mexico, Latin America, Europe and the United States.
Her last album released on March 2015, Hasta la raíz, came out as No.1 on iTunes and Deezer. Her first two singles Hasta la raiz and Lo que construímos, were positioned in the first place of Mexico´s viral 50 spotify top chart, and on the
top ten of the global category. This album has become platinum in Mexico and gold in Italy.
In this year’s edition of the Latin Grammy awards, she won 5 of 6 nominations, including: Record of the year, Song of the year, Best alternative music album, Best alternative song, Best engineered album.
Hasta la raíz, is now nominee to best latin album for the Grammys 2016.
Composer, Producer, Multi–Instrumentalist, Music Arranger, Philanthropist and Fashion Designer.
Music career: 15 years
Tours: She’s toured across Japan, Spain, Europe, South America, Central America and the United States. She’s performed in many music festivals, including Vive Latino and the LAMC 2013, and Mujer divina Tour in six cities of USA last december. She’s been part of numerous tributes to various singers and composers, like José Alfredo Jiménez, Mecano, Intocable and Chavela Vargas.
Awards: She won a Latin Grammy® in 2006, and later earned a Grammy® Nomination for her ‘Hu Hu Hu’ album. She also has three Latin MTV Awards, an
IMAS award for ‘Best Producer’ for Carla Morrison’s successful album ‘Mientras tú dormías /While You Were Sleeping’; a Telehit Award and an Oye Award 2013.
For ‘Mujer Divina - Tribute to Agustin Lara’, she won two Latin Grammy® 2013, in the categories of: Best Alternative Music Album and Best Music Video,
Films and TV series: She joined the Spanish dubbing cast of Puss in Boots and composed the original score for the TV series ‘Locas de amor / Love Crazy’. She contributed songs to the soundtracks of films like ‘Amar te duele / Loving Hurts’,
‘Temporada de Patos / Duck Season’, and ‘No sé si cortarme las venas o dejármelas largas / I Don’t Know Whether to Slit my Wrists or Leave Them Long’.
In 2012, she acted in ‘El cielo en tu mirada / Heaven in your Eyes’ directed by Pedro Pablo Ibarra and she appeared in the documentary feature ‘Hecho en México / Made in Mexico’, produced by Duncan Bridgeman. That same year, Cosmo TV produced ‘Mi Mundo Privado / My Own Private World’, a reality show about Natalia’s everyday life.
Music Producing: She has produced albums of acclaimed artists Carla Morrison and Ximena Sariñana.
Altruistic Work: Because of her humanitarian character, she joined altruistic projects like ‘Un techo para mi país / A Roof for my Country’ and became spokeswoman of the NGO Save the Children. She also supports SIVAM (International Society of Mexican Art Values), amongst others. She recently
supported the youth political movement ‘Yo Soy 132 / I Am 132’ with her song ‘Un derecho de nacimiento / A Birth Right’.