Natalie Jane has the kind of powerhouse voice that makes the most intimate emotions feel larger-than-life. As shown on past hits like “AVA”—one of her first singles since signing with 10K Projects/Capitol Records—the New Jersey-raised, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter matches her massive vocal talents with soulful sensitivity and unapologetic attitude, a dynamic she’s embodied since self-releasing her own music in high school. That's particularly true of "I'm Good," her defiant collaboration with fellow star charlieonafriday.
Growing up in Woodcliff Lake, Natalie Jane first discovered the phenomenal strength of her voice as a little girl, thanks in large part to the encouragement of her family including an aunt who’s an opera singer. Along with singing in musicals and learning to play piano, she started writing her own songs at the young age of eight. Naming big-voiced singers like Bishop Briggs and Adele among her top inspirations, she later began heading into New York City to work with a producer who helped to sharpen her hypnotic approach to pop music.