Largely considered the underdog of the competition, Nota's popularity soared after performing "Down" by Jay Sean, on the second episode of the competition. In the final live broadcast on 21 December 2009, Nota won the contest against The Beelzebubs and Voices of Lee. After Nota won the competition, Jay Sean joined the group onstage to perform "Down". . Performances and results EpisodeThemeSong choiceOriginal artistResult 1Group's choice"I'm Yours"Jason MrazAdvanced 2Big Hits"Down"Jay SeanAdvanced Guilty Pleasures"Stayin' Alive"The Bee GeesAdvanced 3Superstar MedleyVariousJackson 5Advanced Judge's choice"Sledgehammer"Peter GabrielAdvanced 4Finale"Lean on Me"Bill WithersAdvanced "The Tracks of My Tears"The MiraclesWinner Post Sing Off As winners of the competition, they received US$100,000 and a recording contract with Sony Music Entertainment. In 2010, Nota met with Sony Executives to plan a studio album. The album was recorded at Bill Hare Productions in Silicon Valley, California, Co-produced by Deke Sharon and Bill Hare Career Nota (2010-present) They performed at the Puerto Rico national anthem in the opening ceremony of the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games held in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. They also opened for Shakira on a few American dates of her The Sun Comes Out World Tour. The group's debut album, Nota, was released on 1 November 2010. On 8 December 2010, the group returned to The Sing-Off and performed a cover of The Black Eyed Peas' "I Gotta Feeling," which is also featured on their debut album. Discography Albums YearAlbumPeak US Heat 2010Nota Released: 1 November 2010 Label: Sony Format: CD, digital download 8 Nota's A Cappella Christmas Released: 7 December 2010 Label: Sony Format: Digital download 21 "—" denotes the album didn't chart. Singles YearSingleAlbum 2010"Down"Nota "I Gotta Feeling" "All I Want for Christmas Is You"Nota's A Cappella Christmas 2011"My Girl"Nota Music videos YearSongAlbum 2010"All I Want for Christmas Is You"Nota's A Cappella Christmas 2011"My Girl"Nota Nota, from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
This all-male sextet met in college and have been sharing their passion for music ever since. Although they grew up in Puerto Rico with Spanish as their first language, the guys have been exposed to many American groups and have been inspired by some, such as Boys II Men. They bring imagination, passion, and integrity to their artistry and focus on passionate Latin musical roots while adding different styles like R&B, pop, and fusion jazz. For more information on NOTA visit their official website at www.notavocal.com. Read more on Last.fm.
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