But her song "Gebt den Kindern dieser Welt...", composed by former members of the group Joy, did not make the cut. The same year she released her first single, "Rockabilly Mädel", a cover-version of Rockabilly Rebel. This single flopped. Meanwhile, from 1990 to 1994, she worked for Sony, recording background vocals for various productions. In 1993 she contributed to the song "Die jungen Klosterfrauen" for the TV show Elf 99.
This song was a dance-version of the Grand-prix winner title of folk music "An a Wunder hob' i glaubt". It was released as a single afterwards. In 1996 she took part to the show Teleclubbing, in which she presented the Chippendales and also performed. This same year she signed a contract with the Spanish label Blanco y Negro Music S.A. Her first major breakthrough was "You & You", released in 1997.
It was written by Joan Enric Garde and Joan Vives, published by Actual Music and released by Quality Records in the USA. It reached #2 in the Spanish charts and stayed there several weeks. It was licensed to other countries including the USA, and remixed by producers for record companies, such as Todd Terry's label Warlock Records for worldwide export. This song was aired for a perfume TV-commercial. The same year she released "Calling You", a song that she had co-written.
It was nominated best song in the field of "Other musical categories" by SGAE (Society of Authors and Music Publishers) and AIE (Association for Artists) in Spain. Also, it was signed under Sony Music for compilations. In February 1998 she released a dance-version of the theme song from the motion picture Titanic, "My Heart Will Go On". It was #14 in the Spanish charts for two weeks. The same year her voice was featured by the project Space Airhon Bananas, on the track "Crash Boom Bang" which she co-wrote the music and lyrics. Then, in 2000, came the track "Sweet La La Love", that she co-wrote by F. Galera, R.
Herrera, one of her best tracks. It was released under Vale Music and licensed in several countries. Later she oriented her carreer to eurotrance. She took part to the German project Glow and won the VIVA-Contest 2001 with the song "Every Single Day". In 2001 too, she released the single "Que Sera" in Spain. 2002 : the single "Without You" was released, still under the label Vale Music in Spain.
It reached #13 in the spanish airplay-charts. She co-wrote with Ruben Herrera an album for the Spanish artist Gisela. She also started working on her own first album. Natascha currently lives in Lustenau in Austria. She is fluent in German, Spanish and English.
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