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Natasha Bedingfield

Natasha Bedingfield
Bedingfield Attends the 2013 Australian Hair Fashion Awards in Sydney, Australia
Background information
Birth name Natasha Anne Bedingfield
Born (1981-11-26) 26 November 1981
Haywards Heath, West Sussex, England
Genres Pop, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, record producer
Years active 2003–present
Labels Phonogenic, Epic (US)
Associated acts Daniel Bedingfield, Nikola Bedingfield
Website .com.natashabedingfieldwww

Natasha Anne Bedingfield (born 26 November 1981) is a British singer and songwriter.

Natasha released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004, which contained primarily up-tempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music.[1] It enjoyed international success with more than 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.[2] Bedingfield received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the title track "Unwritten", and at the 2005 and 2006 Brit Awards she was nominated for Best British Female Artist.[3][4] Her second album, N.B. (2007), yielded the UK top 10 singles "I Wanna Have Your Babies" and "Soulmate". N.B. was not released in North America, but six tracks from it were included with seven new ones and released in 2008 as her third studio album, Pocketful of Sunshine, with the singles "Love Like This" and "Pocketful of Sunshine" earning success on the charts. In December 2010, Bedingfield released her third album in North America, named Strip Me. In 2012, VH1 ranked Bedingfield number 66 on the list of 100 Greatest Women in Music.[5]


  • Early life 1
  • Life and career 2
    • 2003–06: Unwritten 2.1
    • 2007–08: N.B. and Pocketful of Sunshine 2.2
    • 2009–11: Strip Me and Strip Me Away 2.3
    • 2012–present: The Next Chapter 2.4
  • Non-musical projects 3
  • Personal life 4
  • Discography 5
  • Awards and nominations 6
    • BRIT Awards 6.1
    • BT Digital Music Awards 6.2
    • Glamour Awards 6.3
    • Grammy Awards 6.4
    • MTV Europe Music Awards 6.5
    • TMF Awards 6.6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Early life

Bedingfield was born in Haywards Heath, West Sussex (later moving to Lewisham, south London) to New Zealand-born Molly and John Bedingfield, who worked in the international charity sector focused on inner-city projects in education, reconciliation, addiction rehab and longterm community development, alongside local government initiatives and faith-based communities in Europe, Asia and Latin America. Natasha has three siblings: brothers Daniel, Joshua and a younger sister Nikola. Her interest in music was encouraged by her parents and she took guitar and piano lessons when she was younger.[6] When Bedingfield was a teenager, she and her siblings, Daniel and Nikola, formed the dance/electronic group, The DNA Algorithm.[7] The group provided Bedingfield with the opportunity to explore different musical genres and expand her songwriting abilities.[8] She provided vocals for the group which primarily performed dance-pop music about independence and empowerment, themes that would later be found in her own solo compositions. At age 14, Natasha sang vocals on Origins Refined Intricacy (Steelyard Records).

Bedingfield attended a year at the University of Greenwich, where she studied psychology,[6][9] then left to concentrate on singing and songwriting. At first she recorded demos in the garages of friends who had recording studios, which she presented to record companies.[10] Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Bedingfield composed and recorded songs for the Hillsong London Church. In 2004, her recordings appeared on the church's live album Shout God's Fame and the children's album Jesus Is My Superhero by Hillsong Music Australia.[11]

Life and career

2003–06: Unwritten

Bedingfield performing in June 2006

Bedingfield was introduced to Phonogenic founder and A&R Paul Lisberg by the artist's manager Gary Wilson.[12] Lisberg was initially hesitant, later telling HitQuarters: "[They] were good but weren't right for us ... "[12] However, it was when, at a meeting together, Lisberg heard her singing ability and creative vocal ad-libbing first-hand that he became excited by Bedingfield's potential. Label interest was later confirmed when a trial studio session together with writers Steve Kipner and Andrew Frampton produced songs that were in keeping with Lisberg's vision for Phonogenic.[12] Bedingfield signed a recording contract with BMG UK & Ireland, through its imprint Phonogenic Records, in July 2003.[12][13]

Her debut studio album Unwritten was released in September 2004 and features collaborations with Steve Kipner, Danielle Brisebois, Nick Lachey, James Reilly, Andrew Frampton, Wayne Wilkins, Kara DioGuardi, Guy Chambers, Patrick Leonard and the rapper Bizarre. The album contained uptempo pop rock songs and influences from R&B music.[1] Bedingfield's lyrics focused on independence, opportunism and female empowerment.[6] Reviews of the album were generally positive and it was described as a "well-made pop album for the new millennium" by Allmusic.[1] The album debuted on the UK Albums Chart at number one and reached the top thirty in the United States.[14] It sold well, reaching multi-platinum status in the United Kingdom[15] and Gold status in the United States[16] The first single released from the album was "Single", which reached number three on the UK Singles Chart.[17] The song's lyrics and accompanying music video depict Bedingfield's single lifestyle.[18] "These Words" was released as the album's second single. The song became Bedingfield's first UK number one and US top twenty single.[19] "Unwritten" was released as the album's third single in 2004, the song reached number six on the UK Singles Chart and it also became the most played song on US radio in 2006.[20] "I Bruise Easily" was released as the album's fourth single, it did not perform as well as its predecessors but was still a moderate success, reaching number twelve on the UK Singles Chart.

At the 2005 Brit Awards, Bedingfield was nominated for four awards, though did not win any of her nominated categories. She was also nominated for an award at the 2006 Brit Awards, and in 2007, she was nominated for "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" at the 2007 Grammy Awards, though was again unsuccessful in winning in any of her nominated categories.[4][21]

2007–08: N.B. and Pocketful of Sunshine

Bedingfield performing at Six Flags Over Georgia in Georgia in July 2008

Bedingfield's second album, N.B., was released in Europe in April 2007. In North America (the US and Canada), the album was released under the title "Pocketful of Sunshine" in January 2008. The album received mixed reviews by critics and peaked at number nine in the UK. "I Wanna Have Your Babies", the album's lead single, was about finding the right man to father her children and was criticised by fans and critics alike.[22] The song was moderately successful, reaching number seven in the UK, number eight in Ireland and the top fifty in various other markets.[23] "Soulmate" was released as the album's second single on 2 July 2007 and also peaked at number seven in the UK.[24] To promote N.B., Bedingfield embarked on the FutureSex/LoveShow tour in May 2007, supporting Justin Timberlake.[25] In 2010, "Pocketful of Sunshine" received major exposure as the some-what mocked soundtrack to the American teenage comedy Easy A.

The North American version of her second album featured six songs from N.B.. The album was released on 22 January 2008, after the lead single, "Love like This", was released in September 2007 and charted at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. The title track was released as the second single in February 2008. The single peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. On 18 January 2008, Bedingfield's UK tour was cancelled for the second time, one month before it was supposed to start, so she could spend more time promoting her album in the U.S.[26] In August 2008, Bedingfield and other singers including Beyoncé, Rihanna, Melissa Etheridge, Carrie Underwood, Miley Cyrus, Leona Lewis and Mariah Carey recorded the charity single, "Just Stand Up" produced by Babyface and L.A. Reid, to support "Stand Up to Cancer". On 5 September 2008, the singers performed it live on TV.[27]

2009–11: Strip Me and Strip Me Away

Bedingfield at Nobel Peace Prize Concert in December 2009

Bedingfield stated on her blog that she would start work on her new album in early 2009.[28] She was confirmed to be writing for the new album while on holiday in New Zealand; she said "I'm here for a couple of weeks to do a bit of writing. It is such an inspiring place to write music. I love coming here as often as I can, usually once a year to fuel up on ideas for my next album".[29] She also confirmed she was working with Brian Kennedy, who produced/co wrote Rihanna's hit single "Disturbia" and was writing songs with him while on tour[30][31] with a view to having the album released by the end of 2009.[32] Bedingfield also stated that Wyclef Jean, Sam Sparro and Mike Elizondo would be working on the record.[33]

Bedingfield confirmed that the album would be ready for fall 2010.[34] In an interview with IN:DEMAND Producer, Ryan Tedder said "I'm gonna try and bring Natasha Bedingfield back here in the UK with some quirky, kinda weird stuff".[35] On 18 March Natasha stated on her official site that she was in L.A. and she was putting the finishing touches on her album.[36] "Touch", the lead single from the album, was made available as a digital download 18 May 2010. Bedingfield performed the song on the The Ellen DeGeneres Show on 24 May 2010.[37] "Touch" was officially sent to US radio stations on 29 June 2010.[38][39] On 15 July Bedingfield announced via Twitter that the title of her new album would be Strip Me. The album was originally scheduled for release on 9 November 2010, but was released on 7 December.[40] The second single, also titled "Strip Me", was sent to US radio on 30 August 2010 and it became available as a digital download on 21 September 2010.[41] It was written by Bedingfield, Ryan Tedder and Wayne Wilkins. The song was selected to head the soundtrack for the 2010 comedyMorning Glory. Bedingfield appeared on rapper Nicki Minaj's debut album, Pink Friday, on a track called "Last Chance", and on Rascal Flatts' album Nothing Like This on a track called "Easy", released as the album's third single. On 31 December 2010/1 January 2011, Bedingfield appeared on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve.

In 2010, Bedingfield joined forces with Avon as a celebrity judge for Avon Voices,[42] Avon's first ever global, online singing talent search for women and songwriting competition for men and women. On 6 April 2011, Natasha visited Radio Hamburg and confirmed that the song "Pocketful of Sunshine" (originally the second single from her US album "Pocketful of Sunshine") will be the first European single from the forthcoming European release of Strip Me. The European version of Strip Me will be called Strip Me Away. The lead single "Pocketful of Sunshine" was released on 13 May in Germany. The album "Strip Me Away" will be released in June.[43] Bedingfield was featured on Simple Plan's new single from their new album Get Your Heart On!, released on 21 June 2011. The song, "Jet Lag" was released on 26 April 2011 as the band's first single from their fourth album.[44] On 5 July, Bedingfield performed her song "Weightless" from her "Strip Me" album on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Filipina singer Charice confirmed that Bedingfield has written a song for her called "Lighthouse", which is included on her second studio album Infinity.[45] On 9 November 2011, Bedingfield wowed American audiences when she joined Rascal Flatts to perform "Easy," on the Country Music Awards show on ABC. Bedingfield has released a Christmas song 'Shake Up Christmas',[46] which has been confirmed to be on the 2011 Coca-Cola Christmas television advertisements.[47]

2012–present: The Next Chapter

Bedingfield at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival premiere of The Russian Winter

As of April 2012, Bedingfield announced that she is working on her fourth studio album, titled "The Next Chapter" [48] mentioning her plans to release the album worldwide,[49] not just focusing on America. On 11 September, Bedingfield was featured on Lifehouse's single "Between the Raindrops". On 13 May 2013, she appeared as a guest judge on the New Zealand version of The X Factor alongside her brother Daniel Bedingfield.[50] The album will feature production from RedOne, Dr. Luke, Benny Blanco, Paul Williams and Marshall Altman.[51]

In 2013, Bedingfield composed the music of "Non mi ami", a single by Disney animated film, The Pirate Fairy, with a track titled "Who I Am".[52] On 13 January 2015, Natasha released a charity single with Philosophy Skin Care titled "Hope".[53] The Single is meant to draw attention to mental health issues concerning women. With the release of "Hope" Natasha announced via Twitter that she will become more publicly active again, promising "many more [music releases] to come".[54] The release of the music video for "Hope" followed a day later.[55]

Non-musical projects

Bedingfield has donated time and money to organisations such as the [58]

Bedingfield is now an ambassador for Global Angels and in November 2006 she visited India for three weeks in support of the charity. She visited an orphanage in Kolkata and a refugee camp for former child prostitutes in Mumbai to learn more about the situation and the conditions in these areas. Bedingfield later expressed her shock at what she had witnessed.[59] Video diaries filmed during her trip were posted on her official website in early 2007.[60] She is also an advocate for Stop the Traffik, a global coalition which works to end human trafficking[56] and a member of the (RED) campaign.[6] In a 2008 rockumentary, Call+Response, headed by Justin Dillon, Bedingfield performed acoustic versions of "Unwritten" and "Soulmate" in support of the film's cause: a movement against current slavery and human trafficking.[61]

In 2004, Bedingfield showed interest in acting and made her debut in the James Bond video game From Russia with Love in November 2005. She voiced the character Elizabeth Stark, the British Prime Minister's daughter who is kidnapped in the opening sequence.[62] Bedingfield commented that she would like to do more acting, but only if the film "was good enough, and it was a role that [would] fit me."[62] She has made an appearance in the seventh season finale of the hit Canadian television series Degrassi: The Next Generation.[63] Bedingfield also guest starred on Nickelodeon's mockumentary series The Naked Brothers Band's Christmas Special, alongside Whoopi Goldberg and Leon Thomas III. She has made guest appearances on the NBC series Lipstick Jungle.[64]

More recently, she guest starred on Nickelodeon's True Jackson, VP in November 2009. She sang the song "These Words". In 2012, Bedingfield made an appearance in three episodes of Web Therapy fourth season.[65] In December 2012, VH1 announced that Bedingfield would perform at their 2012 VH1 Divas show, a concert benefiting the Save The Music Foundation charity. Bedingfeld will perform Deee-Lite's "Groove Is in the Heart" with Bootsy Collins and Iggy Azalea.[66] On 22 September 2014, Natasha performed a song titled "Love Song to the Earth" at the United Nations 2014 Equator Prize Gala in New York City. The song is a special anthem she and Toby Gad co-wrote for the United Nations Climate Summit 2014.[67]

Personal life

Bedingfield is married to Matt Robinson,[68] a businessman from California. The couple celebrated their wedding in Malibu, California on 21 March 2009.[68]

She lists Audrey Hepburn, Debbie Harry, Kylie Minogue and Brigitte Bardot as her "celebrity style icons".[69]

She supported the 2012 re-election campaign of Democratic President Barack Obama.[70]


Awards and nominations

awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Brit Awards
0 4
Grammy Awards
0 1
MTV Europe Music Awards
0 1
TMF Awards
1 1
BT Digital Music Awards
1 1
Capital FM Awards
2 2
Glamour Awards
1 1
Awards won 5
Nominations 11

Bedingfield's debut album Unwritten contains primarily uptempo pop songs and was influenced by R&B music.[1] It enjoyed international success with over three million copies sold worldwide.[71] In 2007, she received a Grammy Award nomination for "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance" for the song "Unwritten", the third single from the album of the same name.[4] Bedingfield's second album N.B. yielded the singles "Soulmate"; "Say It Again"; and "I Wanna Have Your Babies", written and produced by Natasha Bedingfield, Wayne Wilkins, Andrew Frampton and Steve Kipner.[72] Bedingfield has received four nominations from the BRIT Awards but has won none.[73] As of July 2008, she has won five awards from eleven nominations.

BRIT Awards

The BRIT Awards are the British Phonographic Industry's annual pop music awards. Bedingfield has received four nominations.[73]

Year Recipient/Nominated work Award Result
2005 Natasha Bedingfield Best British Female Solo Artist Nominated
British Breakthrough Artist Nominated
Best Pop Act Nominated
"These Words" Best British Single Nominated

BT Digital Music Awards

The BT Digital Music Awards honour music distributed digitally by methods such as mobile devices, online downloads and blogging. Bedingfield has won one award.[74]

Year Recipient/Nominated work Award Result
2007 Natasha Bedingfield Best Pop Artist Won

Glamour Awards

The Glamour Awards is an annual awards ceremony hosted by Glamour, a women's magazine. Bedingfield has won one award.[75]

Year Recipient/Nominated work Award Result
2005 Natasha Bedingfield UK Solo Artist of the Year Won

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Bedingfield has received one nomination.[4][76]

Year Recipient/Nominated work Award Result
2007 "Unwritten" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated

MTV Europe Music Awards

The MTV Europe Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony established in 1994 by MTV Europe. Bedingfield has received one nomination.[77]

Year Recipient/Nominated work Award Result
2004 Natasha Bedingfield Best UK and Ireland act Nominated

TMF Awards

The TMF Awards is an annual television awards show broadcast live on The Music Factory. Bedingfield has received one award.[78]

Year Recipient/Nominated work Award Result
2005 Natasha Bedingfield Best International New Artist Won


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External links

  • – Natasha Bedingfield official website
  • Natasha Bedingfield at the Internet Movie Database
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