- Category : 1982-births
- Type : GP
- Profile : 3/5 - Martyr / Heretic
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Rulership 4
Spanish pop singer and dancer, a contestant on the successful Spanish TV show Operación Triunfo in 2001, where she finished 14th.
In 2002, she released her album No soy un ángel (I'm Not an Angel), produced by British dance producers Xenomania and the first single off the album, "Vas a volverme loca," a cover version of Charlotte NIelsen's hit "You Got Me Going Crazy".
In 2003, Natalia released Besa mi piel (Kiss My Skin). On this album, she included four of her own compositions (including the first single, also called 'Besa Mi Piel').
In 2004, she released Natalia, her third album. The video (which featured Natalia in a haunted house being seduced by a ghost) was regarded as too inappropriate for young children and wasn't shown on Spanish TV until the late evening, which caused a flop in sales.
Natalia has appeared on many other artists' albums. In 2004, she appeared on an album by Spanish singer Tony Aguilar on a song called "Vuelve." In addition to this, Natalia has appeared on American rapper AT's album Electric Grease with the song "I Love This Game."
In June 2006, Natalia released her fourth album, Nada es lo que crees (Nothing's What You Think). It reached number No.9, four places lower than Natalia. The first single, "Loco por mí" (Mad About Me), reached No.1 in the Spanish charts, solely on Internet Downloads.
In November 2007, Natalia returned with a new album, Radikal, and a new single, "Rebelde en Libertad." Radikal debuted in the Spanish charts at 56.
From 2010 to 2013, Natalia released six singles vía the Internet: "Free Yourself" and "Indómita" were huge hits.