"Armed with a distinct and commanding vocal tone and an equally energetic live performance style, the singer is come to be at the forefront of the next rated artist to come out of Nashville."
- Tayo Odutola, EARMILK
“Old Habits” is a multi-layered masterpiece. It’s hallmarked by one of the tastiest bass lines we’ve heard in recent memory, courtesy of Moe Suave. Funky flute riffs from flautist Jeff Coffin weave in and out of the soundscape, in between tasteful Colin Wells’ guitar licks and glistening BGVs."
-Gerard Longo, UMC
Emerging from the growing Nashville music scene, Seattle-native Natasha Blaine's groovy, soulful sound has set her apart--noted to be "one of Nashville's most acclaimed rising stars" (Jrodconcerts Media).
Her music builds on her vocal jazz background, with songwriting that combines the warmth of jazz with the groove and drive of neo-soul and pop. Blaine cites artists like D'Angelo, Lianne La Havas, and Amy Winehouse as some of her main influences.