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Arcadian (Melt Away)

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Burn It Down

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Natalie’s first studio album Veni Vidi Vici is expected to be released in early 2020, having released two singles in advance of the album, Burn It Down and Arcadian (Meltaway).  Natalie is also in the process of recording Steel Proud, Pittsburgh’s first-ever rock anthem celebrating all of Pittsburgh’s accolades and beyond.

Natalie was the first female to write and record a fight song for Six-Time Super Bowl Champions, the Pittsburgh Steelers. She performed the song "I Love Black ‘n’ Gold"  at Heinz Field for the AFC Championship game, and the song won a prestigious award with ESPN Radio as Best Fight Song Of The Year.

She was later asked by the Rooney family to perform the song at the 2017 Annual Rock Steelers Style Fashion Show to honor the late Dan Rooney. Natalie is also the Co-Founder/Co-Owner of "Black n’ Gold Girls", representing the largest female fan base in the world, and co-hosted an episode of Jerome Bettis’s "OT with The Bus" for Pittsburgh's WPXI.

Since she could talk, she was singing. Since she could walk, she was dancing. And since she discovered her bold, compelling personality, she has been performing. Surpassing a triple-threat, Natalie knows her way in front of and behind the camera in every aspect of the entertainment industry. From writing, producing, storyboarding and beyond; she is a true industry mogul.

From the get-go, her biggest passion has always been music. Getting her start in the industry as a singer at the age of 17, Natalie has toured internationally, performing from the stages of Vegas, to The House of Blues, to back at her home turf at Heinz Field. She is a three-time Maxim Magazine and commercial model for companies like Wal-Greens, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Fisher Price. Natalie has always been a natural born performer, acting in TV commercials, a television pilot series, and her new dynamic roll in the upcoming film 116 MacDougal.

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