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  Natasha Anne Bedingfield (born 26 November 1981) is a British singer and songwriter. Bedingfield released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004, which contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music. It enjoyed international success with more than 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.  

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    Posted by Posted on Sep,04 2013 Filed under Uncategorized

    ”New” Old cover : ”Brown Skin” of India.Arie


    In Live section of Napster,in 2004, Natasha sang Unwritten, I bruise easily , These words and Brown skyn a cover of India Arie’s song.

    Listen :


    Posted by Posted on Sep,01 2013 Filed under Uncategorized

    Natasha live at The Final 1 Singapore Grand Finale + Interview

    Natasha Bedingfield had been in Singapore once before with her family when she was really young but Wednesday night (21 Aug) was the first time she performed ‘live’ here. Natasha shared that it felt wonderful when she saw the crowd standing up especially during her performance of ‘Unwritten’. We caught up with the British singer-songwriter backstage after the finale of The Final 1 to find out more about her upcoming plans as well as her thoughts on reality singing competitions.

    Her upcoming album is almost here!

    Speaking of her upcoming fourth studio album, Natasha shared that she had been in the studio recording for the past two years and is really excited about the songs which she has come up with. She also revealed that fans can expect the album to be out early next year!

    “You aim for a date for an album but you don’t want to release it until it’s really ready.”

    She also shared that she would be heading to Japan to shop as well as to the New York Fashion Week. She claimed that all the “fashion stuff” which she is doing is research for her music videos as well as her album cover. Well, any excuse to shop right?

    With regards to a possible tour, Natasha said that she would possibly do one next year and assured us that she will be back here if she does saying, “Absolutely, I have to come back to Singapore.”

    Another Nicki Minaj collaboration?

    Since her last album Strip Me, she has also been busy recording collaborations with several artistes like Simple Plan on the track ‘Jet Lag’ and Lifehouse on the track ‘Between The Raindrops’. She shared with us some of the inspirations behind the collaborations.

    She revealed that Rascal Flatts called her up told her to listen to the song ‘Easy’ which she fell in love with it as it reflected the types of songs she writes; “songs about real experience”.

    Natasha also shared about ‘Last Chance’, which was her collaboration with Nicki Minaj on Minaj’s debut album Pink Friday. Natasha got a call a week before Minaj’s album was completed requesting that she put her voice in the album too.

    She later revealed that she has been working on “some other stuff” with Minaj too! Do we hear another collaboration in the works?

    “The ocean’s a big barrier”

    When we asked Natasha on what she thought was the biggest challenge in breaking out into the international market, she almost immediately replied, “language’. She then added, “Luckily, music seems to transcend that barrier”.

    She then jokingly said that the other biggest barrier was the ocean, telling us that it was challenging to “try to get across the sea and all those places at once, at the same time”.

    Winning a reality singing competition

    We also quizzed Natasha on what she thought it took to win a talent competition.

    “It takes uniqueness, relatability, likeability. The fact that the audience is voting means that you need them to like you.” She also added that there is that “extra special thing” which some people have that makes them stars.

    Check out the video to find out why Natasha would not record a single with her siblings and what song she would sing if she auditioned for a singing competition! Video:http://www.meradio.sg/musicportal/mainframe

    Source: http://www.meradio.com

    Posted by Posted on Aug,28 2013 Filed under Interviews

    Global Angel Awards 2013

    This year’s event is set to be a musical treat with Grammy and Brit nominated singing sensation Natasha Bedingfield headlining the Awards Concert. Natasha will be supported by a line-up of international stars and a highly acclaimed band. With such an array of talent associated with Global Angels it is only fitting that this year’s event will be held at one of London’s most prestigious music venues and home to the itunes Festival, The Roundhouse.

    Lighting and set designers, Simon Deary (LED Poison – X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, 2011 Take That Tour) and Jonathan Park (Pink Floyd, The Wall, Thriller) are already crafting a visual spectacle that will captivate throughout the evening. A two hour after-party will feature KRYSTALROXX Live, followed by a mind-blowing set from a celebrity DJ, taking the celebrations into the early hours.

    The Global Angel Awards provide the perfect opportunity to support the Foundation raise significant funds to provide resources for transforming disadvantaged communities in the developing world.


    Source: http://www.globalangels.org/


    Posted by Posted on Aug,19 2013 Filed under News

    Natasha Bedingfield and Paul van Dyk join Peace One Day Celebration

    Following Peace One Day’s 2012 concert with Sir Elton John at Wembley Arena London, this year Peace One Day has been asked to bring its annual Peace Day celebration to The Hague on Saturday 21 September to mark the 100th anniversary of the Peace Palace.

    Performances are confirmed from German Grammy-Award nominated Electronic Dance music DJ Paul van Dyk, award winning British singer songwriter Natasha Bedingfield, Oscar-nominated Brazilian legend Carlinhos Brown, Spanish superstar and Grammy Person of the Year Miguel Bosão, BRIT award-nominated British band The Feeling, UK X-Factor runner up Jahmãone Douglas and Dutch rock band Kane.

    The concert will also include contributions from Peace One Day ambassador Jude Law, musician Emmanuel Jal, actress and philanthropist Monique Coleman, Peace One Day founder Jeremy Gilley and other key individuals.

    The concert will be the highlight of Peace One Day’s 24-Hour Global Broadcast on Peace Day 21 September on YouTube, which will also contain live content from all around the world, and a series of exclusive interviews from some of the world’s leading actors including Sir Michael Caine, Gael García Bernal, Richard E Grant, Martin Freeman, Forest Whitaker and Jude Law. Each ‘Act for Peace’ will include a speech chosen and performed by the actor, relating to peace.

    Peace One Day ambassador Jude Law, who is producing the concert with Gilley said: ‘Peace One Day shows get better and better year on year. To be invited to The Hague to mark the centenary of the Peace Palace is a very special moment. We’re grateful for all the support we are receiving from the city. The concert on 21 September will be an opportunity to highlight some of the extraordinary activities taking place on Peace Day around the world.’

    Posted by Posted on Aug,16 2013 Filed under Gigs, News

    FIRST LISTEN: Natasha Bedingfield – Everything Changes

    A new Tasha’s song called “Everything Changes” recorded in one of her recording sessions for her forthcoming album, just leaked on the internet.

    The piano-drum driven track finds her singing about the changes in life but wishes one thing remains the same which is the love she shares with her loved one, she passionately expresses how much she wants that love to last forever and grow stronger through all the changes.

    Listen to “Everything Changes” below.


    Be careful what you love
    ‘Cause that’s what you could lose
    You never had enough
    It’s all you want to use.

    Before I saw your face nothing made me cry
    And if you never live, you’re not afraid to die
    Now I’m trusting you to drive, steady on the road
    Not sleeping at the wheel, going not too fast or slow
    Everybody knows..

    Everything changes in my life
    Everything changes day and night
    Everything’s crazy now, but you’re still there
    You make me feel alive.
    Everything changes in my life
    Everything changes day and night
    Not much is forever, but I wouldn’t mind if you were.

    Every time I wake and find that you’re still there
    All of my mistakes and even then you care
    I blew up in concrete with shadows as my life
    And not expect this dream
    I’m yours and you are mine
    Everybody knows..

    When everything changes in your life
    Everything changes day and night
    Everything’s crazy now, but if you’re there
    Will make it that alright.
    Everything changes in my life
    Everything changes day and night
    Not much is forever, but I wouldn’t mind if you were.

    Now just move in kingdom’s shake
    Tight keep fine stunt like faith
    As long as one thing’s there always
    I’ll feel it up, girl you’re there.
    When everything changes you will remain
    Oh yeah yeah

    Everything changes in my life
    Everything changes day and night
    Everything’s crazy now, but you’re still there
    You make me feel alive.
    Everything changes in my life
    Everything changes day and night
    Not much is forever, but I wouldn’t mind if you were.
    Oh not much is forever, but I wouldn’t mind if you were.

    Posted by Posted on Jul,31 2013 Filed under News

    PHOTOS: Natasha Bedingfield attending Wimbledon 2013 competition

    Celebrities Attend Wimbledon 2013 - Day 6

    On June 29th and July 1st Natasha was spotted inside a Wimbledon’s game. It’s good to see that she’s chilling out with her husband and they look so happy! You can find the candids in the gallery!

    06/29/13 – Wimbledon 2013 – Day 6

    07/01/13 – Wimbledon 2013 – Day 7

    Posted by Posted on Jul,06 2013 Filed under Gallery

    Natasha Bedingfield reunites with Nathaniel “Danja” Hills for new album


    British singer/songwriter Natasha Bedingfield has reunited with Nathaniel “Danja” Hills for her upcoming studio album, which serves as the follow-up to 2010’s “Strip Me” [Sony Music Entertainment / Phonogenic Records].

    The pair has previously teamed up on the “N.B.” track “(No More) What Ifs,” which was co-written by Steve Kipner and features rapper Eve.

    Other credits by Nathaniel “Danja” Hills include “Freak” by Kelly Rowland [Universal Music Group / Republic Records], “Can You Hear Me Now?” by Brandy [Sony Music Entertainment / RCA Records] and “This is How I Feel” by Tank [Warner Music Group / Atlantic Records].

    Other musicians backing Bedingfield on the new collection are Toby Gad (Jessica Sanchez, Carly Rae Jepsen), Sia Furler (Rita Ora, Alexis Jordan), Alonzo “Novel” Stevenson (Leona Lewis, Joss Stone), Linda Perry (Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears) and Wayne Wilkins (Keri Hilson, Beyonce Knowles).

    Posted by Posted on Jun,23 2013 Filed under News

    [PHOTOS & VIDEO]: Natasha performs for Princess Cruises Ship Naming Ceremony

    Today, Natasha Bedingfield performed for the Royal Princess naming ceremony at Ocean Terminal on June 13, 2013 in Southampton, England. Check out some beautiful images of her performance and the performance’s video above:

    06/13/13 – The Duchess Of Cambridge Attends Princess Cruises Ship Naming Ceremony

    Posted by Posted on Jun,13 2013 Filed under Gallery, Videos

    “I like you”: A new song from Natasha Bedingfield at TEDGlobal 2013

    The end of “Exquisite Enigmatic Us,” the last session for today (yesterday) at TEDGlobal 2013, is appropriately rounded out by a former student of psychology, English pop singer Natasha Bedingfield. (Did you know she studied psych at university?) Popular for her hits “Unwritten” and “Pocketful of Sunshine,” Bedingfield performs “These Words” and debuts a newly written song, “I Like You.” As Bedingfield jokes, “They say ‘love the one you’re with,’ but liking the one you’re with is harder. If you like the one you’re with, hold onto them tight.” Sporting some very awesome black-and-white-dotted skirt-pants, Bedingfield closes with her Grammy-award-nominated hit, “Unwritten.”

    Source: blog.ted.com

    Posted by Posted on Jun,12 2013 Filed under Videos

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