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Natti Natasha at Watsco Center on July 6, 2017 in Coral Gables, Fla.
With hits such as “Criminal,” “Sin Pijama” and “Dura (Remix)” up her sleeves, there’s no denying that Natti Natasha is having her best year. If you need any more proof, the urban songstress just became the first Dominican woman to land the cover of Spotify’s ¡Viva Latino! playlist and made history on the digital platform with “Quien Sabe.”
As the current face of the popular playlist on Spotify, Natti Natasha opens up in a short documentary called “The Sound of Silence,” where through the app, fans are able to see Natti in her native country and discover a more personal side to her that is vulnerable and sentimental.
She’s seen spending time with her family, enjoying her free time in el campo, and singing for the first time as a solo artist in her country, a moment she said she was waiting for her whole life.
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She’s also making history with her recent single “Quien Sabe,” becoming the first bachata to ever enter the ¡Viva Latino! list. A surprising accolade, considering she’s primarily known for her urban tunes. “The bachata was more than a challenge,” she said on Instagram when the song reached 100 million video views. “It’s the color of my Dominican people scattered around the world.”