Natalie 'Storm' MTV UK with video premiere

Female artiste Natalie Storm will be taking her music outside the Jamaican shores, as her video Look Pon Mi got set to premiere on MTV UK over the weekend.

Female artiste Natalie Storm will be taking her music outside the Jamaican shores, as her video Look Pon Mi got set to premiere on MTV UK over the weekend.

She said the song was produced by Dre Skull’s independent record label, Mixpak Records. And, it is on Sticky’s Jumeirah Riddim album, which is popular in Britain.


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Storm said her music videos have been shown in other Caribbean islands but MTV UK is the biggest so far. With this, she is very pleased.

“I feel very excited because it was a long process of recording and getting the video done. I am the only Caribbean artiste, apart from Rihanna, that will be on MTV UK. That is a big accomplishment for me,” she told THE STAR.

With that through the door, Storm says she will continue work on a new album for Mixpak Records and some new singles with Ward 21. She also said she will be placing more emphasis on singing.

same deejay flavour

“I sing and a lot of people don’t know that. Kinda tone it down a little and show the range, versatility and variety that is Natalie Storm,” she said.

With raunchy songs like Talk Di Things Dem and Back It Up giving her the break she wanted, Storm said most producers, who approached her, expected the same deejay flavour on songs.

As a result, “I kinda parked the singing and took up more deejaying,” Storm said.

Nonetheless, she says she will be doing more songs from her personal experiences. And, she will soon release a new song called Haters.

Source: JamaicaStar

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