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One of the most talented singer/songwriters with some great songs, original lyrics and excellent vocal performances Natasha Anne Bedingfield is a Grammy Award-nominated who debuted in the 1980s as a member of the Christian dance/electronic group The DNA Algorithm with her siblings Daniel Bedingfield and Nikola Rachelle.
She provided vocals for the group which primarily performed dance-pop music about religion, independence and empowerment, themes that would later be found in her own solo compositions. Natasha made her bid for pop success with her first release Single a good catchy R&B track. The song was a top ten hit and soon she was to overtake the succes of her brother who first burst onto the music scene topping the charts with Gotta Get Thru This in 2001.
Born November 26 1981 Bedingfield grew up in Lewisham, England. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Bedingfield recorded rock and gospel songs for the Hillsong London Church. She rose to fame in 2004, after the release of her pop rock debut album Unwritten. The album contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music. It features collaborations with Steve Kipner, Danielle Brisebois, Wayne Rodrigues, Nick Lashley, Andrew Frampton, Wayne Wilkins, Kara DioGuardi, Guy Chambers, Patrick Leonard and rapper Bizarre. In the United Kingdom, Bedingfield has achieved three top ten singles, including the number one, These Words, in 2004. Her debut album has sold over 2.3 million copies worldwide and in 2006 she received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for Unwritten. Reviews of the album were generally positive and it was described as a well-made pop album for the new millennium by All Music Guide.
In 2006, the media incorrectly reported that Bedingfield was dating Nick Lachey and Maroon 5 lead singer, Adam Levine. Referring to the media reports, Bedingfield commented that Adam is lovely but I didn't date him or Nick. As soon as you talk to a famous guy, you're immediately linked. Bedingfield has admitted that she is currently dating someone, but will not reveal who he is because it is something she would like to keep private.Besides being a music celebrity Bedingfield has also a philanthropic side. She is an ambassador for Global Angels, an international children's charity founded by her mother, Molly. In November 2006, Bedingfield visited India for three weeks in support of the charity, where she visited orphanages in Calcutta and interacted with children. Video diaries filmed during her trip were posted on her official website in early 2007. She is also an advocate for Stop the Traffik, a global coalition which works to end human trafficking.
She is currently signed to Sony BMG. Her second sophomore album N.B release on April 30, 2007 in Europe yielded the singles I Wanna Have Your Babies and Soulmate. Bedingfield has achieved 5 top ten singles in the United Kingdom to date. Bedingfield's image in the music video for I Wanna Have Your Babies was mocked in an article published in The Guardian. The newspaper made fun of Bedingfield's clean-cut, straight-toothed, good Christian girl image, writing that the video is an effort by Bedingfield and her management to be provocative to sell more records. The album debuted on the UK albums chart at number nine and has received mixed reviews. It is scheduled to be released in North America in November 2007.