Virginia Beach's Own " Nat " Talks Being A Latin Artist

Being a indie artist coming from Virginia isn't easy. It is always said that since the Pharell, Missy Elliott, Chris Brown, Pusha T era, it hasn't been many eyes in Va.

Latin artist " Nat " is here to change that with her different type of music that she's bringing to change the game. Want to learn more on just who she is? Check below to gain the inside exclusive.

● Tell me in a few words, who you are. How would you describe

yourself in a short story.

Nat. (AKA Natalia Ramos) is a young Panamanian and Puerto Rican

Latin Artist. Born in La República de Panama and raised in Virginia

Beach, Virginia, Nat. debuted with her first single “Brutal” in 2020.

With a heavy influence, Nat. continues to ascend, bringing a

powerful voice in Reggaetón.

● What’s your stage name and how did you come up with it?

My stage name is Nat. Growing up as a kid, my closest friends would call

me “Nat”. I changed it to my stage name so people could feel more

personal towards me and my music and also because my name would

get mispronounced all of the time.

● What got you into music?

My family did. My mom would play her favorite artists on a constant

rotation. She still loves playing music from Sade, Celia Cruz, Mana, Toni

Braxton, Depeche Mode, Michael Jackson, El General, Proyecto Uno,

Madonna, Aerosmith, Inxs, and Red Hot Chili Peppers playing. every time

we had to clean the house. She would have a huge book of CDs in the

car as well full of all different types of genres of music. My Dad played

the trumpet. He would always practice in the house when my sister and I