Versatile Haitian American Singer/Songwriter Natalie Jean wins Female Artist of The Year Multi-Genre
Natalie Jean is a very rare kind of vocalist. Winning recognition across the most diverse of musical genres and quite comfortable performing in English, French, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.
Natalie Jean wins Female Artist of The Year – Multi-Genre and Folk/Americana Song of the Year for “The Letting Go.” The Letting Go is a co-write with Michael Peloso, produced by Alexi Von Guggenberg, and her duet partner is Levi Moore. There were 0ver 13,000 submissions.
Natalie Jean has resided in Kensington, MD for 38 years. Natalie Jean is an award-winning, multi-nominated singer/songwriter performer. She is also a Voting Member in the Recording Academy (GRAMMYS). Natalie Jean is a versatile performer and singer. She sings and writes many genres, such as Jazz-Pop, R&B, Blues, Adult Contemporary, Rap, Country, Americana, and Dance. She can also sing in French, Spanish, English, and Creole. Natalie Jean is mostly influenced by artists such as Lena Horne, Celine Dion, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, and Ella Fitzgerald. She has performed at many venues in the MD/DC. She also has performed in LA, New York, Nashville, and North Carolina.
She also appeared on WPFW, a Jazz station in Washington DC. She has been nominated over 70 times for her music and has won many awards. Most recently, Natalie Jean received 10 nominations in the 2018 Josie Music Awards, World Artist of The Year, Vocalist of The Year, Female Artist of The Year – Multi-genre, Best Music Video – for The Letting Go, Album of The Year – Haiti Mwen Renmenw, Jazz Blues Song of The Year – Haiti, Folk/Americana Song of The Year – The Letting Go, Pop Song of The Yea, Alive. Best Musical Collaboration – The Letting Go, and Best Musical Collaboration – Moncler – with Darick Spears.
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