Natalia Chai Music aspires to transcend and unite inspiration and compassion through her voice, lyrics and sound - a sound slightly forgotten in the yellow prairies of Alberta.
Natalia Chai is a solo, independent R&B/Neosoul singer-songwriter based out of Edmonton. An unconventional combination to most but will turn curious ears to the sounds and stories of real life issues. On March 24, 2017 Natalia released a 4 track EP called "Connections" collaborating with local producer and music engineer Justin McDonough that tackled big society issues from workplace dissatisfaction to refugees displaced by war. A year later in June 2018, Natalia Chai released her first full length LP "Connected" with her first single "S.O.S (SOcial Support)" dropping January 30, 2018 in support of Bell Lets Talk Day where 100% of the proceeds generated from this single will be donated to the Canadian Mental Health Association. Natalia was trained classically in piano since the age of 6, but quickly developed her love for R&B and Neosoul after listening to artists such as Alicia Keys, Maxwell, Erykah Badu, Brian Mcknight, Jodeci and Lauryn Hill. Natalia sets an intimate stage and loves to have a "one-on-one" conversation with her audience through her music and voice that is like "honey to the ears". For bigger stages, Natalia Chai recently is joined by a group of highly talented musicians to round out her "mellow-smooth" sound. 2018 presented her first international opportunity at the Chengdu International Sister Cities Youth Music Festival where she had a once in a lifetime opportunity to showcase R&B/Neosoul to the population of China. Natalia is also a pharmacist, avid fashion and music blogger and hopes to inspire youth to become strong, independent, beautiful and compassionate individuals. 2019 is another big year for Natalia Chai Music and she hopes to make a bigger and more lasting impression that resonates with the masses.
Art type: Live Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Home base: Edmonton
Appeals most (but not limited) to: University students; Male and Female 20-35 years of age