Naty Botero

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Naty Botero
Birth name Natalia Hernández Botero
Also known as Naty Botero
Origin Medellín, Colombia
Genres Pop, latin pop, electropop
Instruments Vocals
Labels Sony Music, EMI Music
Website http://www.natybotero.com

Naty Botero (born Natalia Hernández Botero, February 10 in Medellín, Colombia) is a Colombian model and singer. Born in Medellín, she moved to Bogotá at a young age and stayed there through high school.[1] Botero studied in both Paris and New York City.[1] She has released one full-length album with Sony/BMG,[2] Naty Botero, which contained the hit "Te Quiero Mucho".[3] Three of Botero's other songs, "Fuego", "Dinosaurio," and "Mío" have appeared in the Colombian Top 40. In January 2007, El Tiempo chose her as that month's featured artist.[4] According to Billboard, her first album was released in the North American market in the first quarter of 2007.[5]

Botero presented an award at the MTV Video Music Awards Latin America in 2006 to Robbie Williams. She also participated in 2006's "La Mega: Nuestra Tierra" concert, which showcased Colombian performers.

"Dinosaurio" appears in one of the scenes of Boy Culture.

In Late 2009 Naty Botero released her second studio album Adicta. "Esta Noche Es Nuestra (Feat. Joe Arroyo)" was chosen as the lead single off the album. Proceeding, "Tu Amor Me Parte En Dos" was chosen as the second single in early 2010 and "Niño Loco" was released as the album's third single which is supported by a musical video shot in Costa Rica. More singles were released later "Adicta (Feat. Tostao)", "Knokeada" and "Mucho Mas".

In 2011 Naty released "Amor de mis amores", a single that was included on her third album.

In late 2013 Naty released her third album "Coraje", it features her hit singles "Manifiesto de amor", "Sexo que sana (Feat. Jiggy Drama)", "Jálame el pelo" and the fourth single "Femme fatale (Feat. morenito de fuego)". On March 15 Naty announced Coraje's fifth single "Siempre juntos (Feat. Herencia de Timbiqui)" but on july Naty release "Rosa" as the fifth single, replacing "Siempre Juntos". "Vino (Feat. La Bermudez)" was released as the 6th single in December. Other videos have been released as promotional "Secrets (Feat. F3nix Castillo) and "Take you on a plane (Feat. Savan)".

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions
U.S. Top Latin U.S. Latin Pop COL MEX ARG SPA
Naty Botero 77 49 1 7 18 95
Adicta 3
Coraje - - 2 - - -

Other releases[edit]

  • 2013: The Collection

Singles[edit]

Year Song Peak chart positions Album
COL MEX
2006 "Te Quiero Mucho" 1 1 Naty Botero
2007 "Dinosaurio" 1 5
"Mio" 1 7
2008 "Fuego" 34 -
2009 "Esta Noche Es Nuestra" 2 - Adicta
2010 "Niño Loco" 18 -
"Adicta" 9 -
2011 "Knokeada" - -
2012 "Mucho Mas" - -
"Manifiesto de Amor" 23 - Coraje
"Sexo Que Sana" 14 -
2013 "Jálame el Pelo " 4 -
2014 "Femme Fatale " - -
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Entretenete.com Personal interview" (in Spanish). 
  2. ^ El Tiempo Naty Botero, la nueva promesa del pop colombiano. Accessed January 28, 2007.
  3. ^ Colombian Top 40 by the Grupo Latino Radio. Accessed January 28, 2007.
  4. ^ U2, Antonio Arnedo y Naty Botero, los recomendados musicales de enero El Tiempo, January 16, 2007. Accessed January 28, 2007.
  5. ^ Billboard.biz Pop Goes Colombia, January 13, 2007. Accessed January 28, 2007.

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