Natalia Lafourcade, who was born on February 26, 1984, made her professional debut in 2002. Since then, she has become one of Latin America's biggest stars in her field.
Natalia Lafourcade's first album, simply titled Natalia Lafourcade and released in June 2002, featured a fusion of pop, rock, bossa nova, and Latin rhythms. Hits like "En el 2000," "Te Quiero Dar," and "Mrame, Mrate" were released as singles from the album.
During this time, Natalia Lafourcade was also the primary contributor to the soundtrack for the Mexican film Amar te duele, for which she recorded the main theme "Amarte Duele," the acoustic version of the song, and three songs from her debut album, Busca un Problema, En el 2000, and El Destino.
She was nominated for a Latin Grammy in 2003 for her debut album, but lost out to fellow Mexican singer Alessandra Rosaldo. She was also nominated for Rock New Artist at that year's 16th Lo Nuestro Awards.
Natalia Lafourcade has collaborated with a wide range of musicians, as seen by her numerous guest appearances. Some examples are "Jardin" by Liquits, "Dia de Suerte" by Kalimba, "El Apostador" by Control Machete, and "Amarte Duele" by Reik, which is a cover of a song by Lafourcade.
With her old band, Natalia Lafourcade has resurfaced on several compilation disks with unreleased songs including "Y Todo Para Que" on Intocable's X and "Piel Canela," a smash hit from the Tin Tan tribute album, Viva Tin Tan.
After relocating to Canada in 2007, Natalia Lafourcade began working frequently with the band People Project, with whom she remains close to this day.
The lyric soprano label fits Natalia Lafourcade's singing style.
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