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Jazz Songstress Natalie Jean Releases Fiery New Album

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KENSINGTON, MD - Natalie Jean is excited to announce the much-anticipated release of her second album, titled simply, Natalie Jean.

Produced by Alexi Von Guggenberg, the album offers up 12 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com, and various digital online stores.

Natalie Jean is a dynamic artist who grew up loving music. She enjoyed singing with her Haitian father - who was also an artist himself—and her love for music further blossomed when she began to write her own poetry. Natalie takes inspiration from her daily life and hopes to touch the lives of others through her music. She is currently based in Kensington.

This year, Natalie Jean's songs have received over 20 nominations, including the Artists in Music Awards, LA Music Awards, The Indie Music Channel Awards, The Indees, American Songwriting Awards, Hollywood Music and Media Awards, International Music and Media Association Awards (IMEA), Semi-Finalist in the Songwriting UK Contest, and the Akademia Music Awards. She was named one of the Top Five Vocalists in the Singer Universe Vocalist of the Month for June 2014.

Her album Natalie Jean features a fiery collection of jazz and blues songs filled with passion such as “You Are My Everything" and “My Man." Inspired by Lena Horne, Celine Dion, Billie Holiday, and Ella Fitzgerald, her beautiful voice and melodies will surely leave you wanting for more! Be sure to check her out live in upcoming shows near you.

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