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Natalia Damini is one of the hottest artists to come out of South America. The 24 year old Brazilian has toured Brazil’s largest cities, including São Paulo, Rio De Janeiro ,Salvador, and many others. She was nominated for Best National Single in South America’s DJ Sound Awards and won Best Pop Artist at the award show last year.Her debut album release “Beautiful” reached #16 on Itunes Music Pop Charts while her EP release “Bad Girl” debuted at #32. The album “Beautiful” includes features from Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, and The Shop Boyz. Natalia has teamed up with Lil Wayne on Can’t Stop Me which also features Rezzo. Natalia Damini is not only a highly popularized artist in her country of Brazil, but across the globe. Natalia is the first and only Brazilian artist to have made a major impact in American music and the first Brazilian artist added on MTV. Natalia Damini music video “Magic” has been the most shared video on Mtv.com and the #1 most popular video on VH1 beating out Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Fifth Harmony and Sam Smith. Her single “Magic” is being played on NY Power 105.1 and she also graces the cover of Mr. Dreamz Magazine and numerous others. Natalia Damini’s single Crazy hit #1 on Billboard Emerging Artist Chart, #9 Billboard Trending 140 and also #1 Spotify TOP 25 most played songs in September of 2015 and #15 Billboard Next Big Sound Charts. In October of 2015 Natalia Damini Damini won the most prestigious award for Independent Artists BEST FEMALE R&B POP artist at the Underground Music Awards in NYC former winners: Nicki Minaj, J Cole, MGK, Lil Mama. Natalia's new single 'On The Floor' is #3 on DRT Independent Charts and Cashbox Magazine Charts #57 on DRT National Charts and Cashbox Magazine Charts. Natalia is also spokesperson for the Silicon Valley startup company Yaksee headed by Cisco former G.M. Shah Talukder.