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Album Review

Natalie scored a modest hit, "Goin' Crazy," with her self-titled 2005 debut album. Her second album, Everything New, similarly opens with a nice breezy urban ballad with a sugar-coated hook. The song, titled "What You Gonna Do?," also features a phoned-in feature by Bun B, a popular hardcore rap from Houston. Some songs on Everything New take an even breezier approach (e.g., "All of My Life"), eschewing the urban flourishes, while others compensate with harder, dancier productions ("Dance with Me"). The balance is nice, mainly employed by producers Happy Perez and Play N Skillz. But for an album titled Everything New, there sure isn't much here that sounds like anything approaching "new." This is standard urban dance-pop, for the most part. The exception to the lack of newness is the album-closing title track, which boasts surprisingly sharp rapping from Natalie as well as a likewise cutting beat driven by an old Isaac Hayes sample. Make no mistake, "Everything New" is the most striking song on the album, even if it's too autobiographical for radio play. Indeed, it's a shame that it's sequenced last rather than first; it would have been a jolting kick-start to this otherwise straightforward album. [The two unlisted bonus tracks include "Goin' Crazy," the likable hit song from Natalie. It's a really nice bonus for anyone who doesn't already have that album or an MP3 of the song.]

Customer Reviews

¡Horale chica! Your New Album is finally out!

¡Este álbum sí me gusta! Stop hating if you don’t like it! The only problem with this album is that they put every song as explicit. I know they are not explicit because I heard three of the songs in this album and they don’t sound explicit. They don’t have any curse words in them. I still love your album Natalie!

natalie<3

this album is da bomb i love it ima deff. buy it everysong its a hit!

The wait is over!!

I love this album! I love all of her songs especially Dance With Me! Natalie is such a great singer and writer. This is a definite on everyone's iPod!!!

Biography

Born: September 2, 1978 in Clear Lake, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Few singers can say that basketball is responsible for their quick rise to pop stardom, but if it weren't for the NBA, the sultry Natalie would probably have a desk job. The sounds of Jadakiss, Usher, Gwen Stefani, and Beyoncé filled the headphones of the Clear Lake, TX, resident as she was commuting back and forth to school. She dreamed of becoming a singer, but without knowing anyone connected to the music industry, she chose to study criminal justice. One of Natalie's rare whims told her she should...
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