Natalie Storm is a multitalented Singer, D.J, and Songwriter who believes the universe is hers to conquer. Born Natalie Cole in rural Jamaica, she moved to Kingston as a child. She grew up listening to, and being influenced by the sounds of Skeeter Davis, Smokey Robinson, Madonna, and the dancehall female artists like Mumma Nancy and Lady Patra. She attended the Franklyn Town Primary and Holy Childhood High. It was in school that she decided to make a career of music. After joining the Holy Childhood choir she successfully auditioned for the Cathy Levy Players.
While in school, Natalie was approached by a producer seeking female singers for an all girl reggae group. The producer was Computer Paul Henton and the group was M.B.C. The group released one album in Japan.
After sometime as group leader and writer Natalie decided in late 2006 to pursue an alternative course. She left the group and began to record material with some of the top producers in Jamaica and across the globe. These include, Swatch International, Flabba (MO' Music) and New York based Stretch Armstrong (who has produced for Nelly Furtado, Lil' Kim, Wu Tang Clan).
Her first single on the Swatch International label titled "Best Friend" has just been released and getting strong radio play both locally and overseas. The video has been getting maximum exposure on HYPE TV, RE TV and Music Plus. The dance music remix of her Hot Love single featuring Jigsy from Danger Zone is being played at dance clubs all across Europe. She has just recorded a new single "Talk Di Tings" on Swatch International's Slackas Riddim which is taking dealing with the dances and clubs wicked. A video for this hot single is being prepared for the road. She will be on the HITZ FM street party showcases which will be held across Jamaica throughout the year. Natalie will also accompany Swatch International as one of their featured artists on selected Passa Passa dates throughout North America, the Caribbean and Europe.
Big things continue to happen for this multitalented songstress as she has started to produce other artistes including Peter Lloyd and Cezar among others. The new generation of Jamaican music has arrived. And it has come by Storm. Natalie Storm.