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Album of the week: Natasha Bedingfield “Strip Me”


Another highlight before the year 2010 is coming to an end, is the new long awaited album from british singer Natasha Bedingfield.

Bedingfield (originally from New Zealand, raised in Britain) has been very successful the last years. She released two fantastic albums, “Unwritten” and “N.B.”, both big sellers.  She did even conquer the US and is the only british singer after Kim Wilde (“You Keep Me Hangin´On”), who stormed the US charts  and had a number 1 hit. Natasha got several music awards and a Grammy nomination.

Natasha did work a lot in the US the last year and worked with musicians like Ryan Tedder (One Republic), Brian Kennedy (Rihanna), Wyclef Jean, Sam Sparro, Kevin Rudolph and lots of other talented people for the new record. Besides the great single “Strip Me”, Natasha convinces with her great voice and very strong pop songs like “Little Too Much”, “Weightless”, “Touch”, “No Mozart” and the fantastic ballads “Break Thru” and “Recover”. Great step forward for Natasha, more up-tempo songs with more beats than on her former records. And always her beautiful voice in the centre of the songs which has a high recogniton value.

Natasha is doing lots of TV appearances this week in the US like the Today show (today), Regis&Kelly (tomorrow) and Jay Leno on Thursday.

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