Nat Dunn

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Natalie Maree Dunn
OriginQueensland, Australia
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
LabelsMushroom Group, Young & Vicious [1]

Natalie Dunn known professionally as Nat Dunn and previously as Tali is an Australian singer-songwriter.[2] Her single "Whatever" (released when she was 17)[3] reached #32 on the ARIA singles chart[4] and the followup "Don't Be Sorry" reached #85. Dunn is also a part of the duo NAATIONS alongside Nicky Night Time. NAATIONS supported Anne Marie on her 2018 Australian tour.[5][6] Dunn co wrote the song Friends (Marshmello and Anne-Marie song) By Marshmello and Anne Marie.[7] Natalie has written for many artists including: Charli XCX, Chris Brown, Tkay Maidza and Rita Ora.[8][9] [10]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Tali- "Whatever" (2001) - Liberation
  • Tali- "Don't Be Sorry" (2001) - Liberation
  • "Trigger" (2013)
  • "Looking For Love" (2016)
  • NAATIONS - "Kingdom" (2016)
  • NAATIONS - "Alive" (2017)
  • Duke Dumont, Gorgon City, NAATIONS - "Real Life" (2017)[11][12]
  • NAATIONS - "Want Me More" (2017) [13]
  • NAATIONS - "Touch Me" (2018)
  • NAATIONS - "Air & Water" (2018)
  • Gorgon City, NAATIONS - "Let It Go" (2018)
  • Hayden James, NAATIONS - "Nowhere To Go" (2019)

EPs[edit]

  • A Fool's Fate (2013)
  • NAATIONS- Teardrop (2018) [14]

Featured Artist[edit]

  • Mr Timothy featuring Nat Dunn - "I Don't Think That You Know" (2007) - Hussle
  • Nicky Night Time featuring Nat Dunn - "Flowers" (2015) - Onelove
  • Nicky Night Time featuring Nat Dunn - "Gonna Get Better" (2015) - Onelove
  • Tigerlily (DJ) featuring Nat Dunn - "Feel The Love" (2015) - Universal Music Australia
  • NAATIONS, King Henry (producer)- "Don't Stay Away" (2016)
  • Ferry Corsten featuring Nat Dunn - "Hyper Love" (2016)
  • Drapht featuring Nat Dunn - "BAD" (2016)
  • Two Friends (DJs), Exit Friendzone, featuring Nat Dunn - "Overdose" (2016)
  • GRiZ, Cory Enemy, featuring Nat Dunn - "What We've Become" (2016)
  • Bearson featuring Nat Dunn - "One Step At A Time" (2016)
  • Mako (DJ), Rat City featuring Nat Dunn - "Run For Your Life" (2016)
  • Nick Martin (musician) featuring Nat Dunn - "Looking For Love" (2016)
  • NVOY featuring Nat Dunn - "Golden Touch" (2017)
  • Busby Marou featuring Nat Dunn - "Sleep on It" (2017)
  • Cory Enemy, SYRE, Natalola featuring Nat Dunn - "Touch The Ground" (2017)
  • Lee Groves featuring Nat Dunn - "Holiday Love" (2017)
  • Teddy featuring Nat Dunn - "Tempt Fate!" (2019)

Remixes[edit]

Songwriting Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nat Dunn".
  2. ^ "Tali's on song for opening.", Pine Rivers Press, 29 August 2001
  3. ^ Dudley, Jennifer (19 June 2001), "Teen in tune with the fame game", Courier Mail
  4. ^ Hales, Jo (8 October 2001), "Single-minded Tali and a far-from sorry song", Gold Coast Bulletin
  5. ^ "Naations Tuff Questions".
  6. ^ "Anne Marie Announces Special Guests Naations For Australian Tour".
  7. ^ "Nat Dunn Aussie Songwriter".
  8. ^ "Move Over Sia How Young Australian Songwriters Are Making It Big In La".
  9. ^ "Meet One Of Australias Most In Demand Songwriters".
  10. ^ "Pikachu Film".
  11. ^ "Exclusive Interview With Naations".
  12. ^ "Naations".
  13. ^ "Australian Duo NAATIONS Release New Single Want Me More".
  14. ^ "NAATIONS Announce Highly Anticipated Debut Album Teardrop".
  15. ^ "5 in the Morning".