Reggae Queen Natasja (Little T) made a lot of impression before she passed away only 32 years old in an car accident in Jamaica 2007. Born of a Danish mother and Sudanese father she had already made a mark on the Danish music scene. She also managed to take Jamaican deejaying dancehall scene with storm as she in 2006 was the first non-Jamaican artist to win the Red Stripe Big Break contest 2006 earning her a performance at the reggae Sumfest. Check out this clip below and you’ll see how and why:
Her MySpace has since her passing away turned into the memorial site. I am not the only one impressed by her and sorry she did not get to finish a promising career. If you haven’t heard her yet here are some tunes both in Danish and Jamaican.
Money and things
One spliff a day
Fi er min
Op me ho’det
And lets end with the last video produced after her death with many Jamaican reggae artist paying her tribute.
Listen to her two albums on Spotify free(available in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, USA, France, Holland, Norway, United Kingdom and Finland)
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