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Birth name: Natasha Thomas.
Born: September 27, 1986 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Natasha Thomas biography (bio):
Natasha's first public performance took place when she was twelve years old, singing "Killing Me Softly with His Song". Natasha always dreamed of being a singer, and she worked hard at realizing her dream.
Her professional attitude, diligence and iron discipline meant that the young Dane did not always have an easy time of things, and she had to change school. But Natasha wasn't to be discouraged: she looked for a new school and focused on her favourite subjects, music and theatre. Natasha took dancing and singing lessons, and started writing her own lyrics and songs. "Writing is a form of therapy for me. It helps me to cope with my experiences in life".
In 2003, at the age of sixteen, Natasha's debut single "Why (Does Your Love Hurt So Much)" reached number forty in Germany (and airplay top four).
"Save Your Kisses For Me", released at the beginning of June 2004, had great success. Her second single "It's Over Now" ranked 12th. The mid-tempo love song, which features the Tobagan reggae artist Sugar Daddy (who has already worked with Buju Banton, Sizzla and Capleton), also made it into the top twenty of the airplay charts.
Natasha was selected to represent one of the world's best-known and most important fashion label, Lacoste. As the new worldwide "Lacoste face" Natasha was seen from May 2004 onwards in a pan-European print and TV campaign alongside the French tennis ace Arnaud Clement (currently number 26 in the world rankings). The advert was directed by Bruno Aveillan (Nissan, Perrier, Nintendo and others), who in the course of his career has already filmed top stars such as Monica Bellucci, Claudia Schiffer or Gisele Bundchen.
Natasha was also seen worldwide in the Lacoste's Touch of Pink fragrance print and TV ads. One of Natasha's song fragments that appeared in the TV ads was "Let Me Show You (The Way)". Touch of Pink won two FiFi Awards in Berlin in April 2005, including "People's Choice' Award for Women".
Natasha broke her worldwide recording contract with Sony Music and has started her own record company along with her management crew.