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Customer Reviews

it's cool.

good beats, great vocals, and decent lyrics make this a song that you can listen to a few times and still find new things to like about it.

Omg I love Natalia Kills!

Seriously Miss Kills... please release your amazing dark pop album... I'm loving it. You are my new music obsession!

"Show me how to love, show me where to start..."

Great music and lyrics, this "Dark Pop" is amazing and she will most definitely have you hooked. I cannot wait for her album to come out. This is a must buy that you will not regret. Kills calls herself a "sound based visual artist"... and artist she is. You shall see soon enough.

"Horror, glamour, the general intrigue of darkness; that's where my inspiration comes from" -Natalia Kills

Biography

Born: August 15, 1986 in Bradford, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

Already a popular British actress, Natalia Keery-Fisher launched her music career with the release of 2005's "Don't Play Nice," a hit single that was credited to her stage name, Verbalicious. She later ditched the nickname for a new moniker, Natalia Kills — she also adopted her grandmother's last name of Cappuccini before the stage name Kills — and restructured...
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Activate My Heart - Single, Natalia Kills
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Apr 13, 2010

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