Natalia Szroeder

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Natalia Szroeder
Szroeder in 2016
Szroeder in 2016
Background information
Born (1995-04-20) 20 April 1995 (age 25)
Bytów, Poland
Occupation(s)Singer, author, TV presenter
Years active2011–present
LabelsWarner Music Poland

Natalia Weronika Szroeder (born 20 April 1995) is a Polish singer-songwriter and TV presenter. She is most known for her works with rapper Liber, of which she appeared with in his songs Wszystkiego na raz and Nie patrzę w dół in 2013. The singer also has a solo career: her debut single titled Jane was released in 2012.


Szroeder was born on 20 April 1995 in Bytów.[1] She grew up in the Pomeranian village of Parchowo in a musically inclined family.[2] Her mother, Joanna, is a singer for the folk band Modraki, which was founded by her grandfather Waldemar Kapiszka. Three of her siblings were part of the Rusland Trio. Her father Jaromir was the founder of the Dialogus theater, in 2004/2005.[3] In childhood, Szroeder appeared in the TVP1 program, Od przedszkola do Opola.[2]

In 2011, she was a part of an episode of Szansa na sukces. She sang the song "Cicha woda" by Maryla Rodowicz.[4] On 24 March 2012, she released a video on YouTube for the song "Potrzebny je drech" (in the Kashubian language), of which she wrote Weronika Korthals [pl], as advised by Tomasz Fopke.[5] In July of that year, she released their debut single Jane.[6] The music and the lyrics were written by Marek Kościkiewicz [pl], a former member of De Mono [pl]. In the same year, she teamed up with rapper Liber, with whom she recorded the song Wszystkiego na raz.[7] The composition was ranked 5th in AirPlay – Top,[8] and also hit the charts of radio stations such as RMF FM and Radio Zet. The song "Wszystkiego na raz" was the second single released in May of the same year in the Liber album Duety. The album also shared the second track of the two, Nie patrzę w dół, whose music video was produced by Cam-L Studio DL Promotion. On 3 August of that year, Szroeder performed a duet with Liber at the Eska Music Awards 2013 gala, during which they were nominated for Best Debut.[9] In the same month, Szroeder appeared on the Russian Song Festival in Zielona Góra, where she performed the song "Kukuszka" from the repertoire of Zemfira.[10] On 2 December 2013, she released her second hit single, Tęczowy.[11]

On 11 February 2014, she released her third single "Nie pytaj jak (Young Stars Festival)".[12] In April, she appeared alongside Mezo [pl] and Dawid Kwiatkowski at the Young Stars Festival 2014, at the HWS Arena in Poznań.[13] In June of that year, she took part in a concert to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the careers of Jacek Cygan [pl] and Ryszard Rynkowski, which took place in the framework of LI Festival of Polish Songs in Opole. During the concert, she sang the song "Za młodzi, za starzy", in a duet with Cygan. In June, she took part in Carpathia Festival 2014, organized in Rzeszów.[14] On 27 July 2014, during a concert at Lata ZET i Dwójki in Toruń, together with Liber, she won in the category of Best Performance for the performance of the song Nie patrzę w dół.[15] In the same year, on 24 August, they released their first single, Teraz ty, which heralds the two as a duo.[16]

In autumn 2015, Szroeder took part in the fourth edition of the entertainment show Twoja twarz brzmi znajomo on TV Polsat, where she took seventh place. In the fifth episode, she sung the Whitney Houston's hit "I Have Nothing", for which she won first place and won 10 thousand PLN, which she allocated to the Słoneczko Foundation. Her rendition was praised by a journalist from the British newspaper The Mirror.[17]

On 9 February 2016, Szroeder confirmed on the radio show RMF FM that she would attempt to represent Poland via a national final for the 61st edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016 with the song Lustra.[18] She had been a jury member for Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. A few days later, she was on the list of artists qualified for the final. She got 5th place with 4.20% of the votes.[19] In August 2016, she released her second single Domek z kart for her debut album NATinterpretacje. Szroeder is a co-author of lyrics and music from the album. The album debuted at the 15th Place of the Polish OLiS charts.[20]

From 3 March to 12 May 2017, she took part in the seventh edition of the Polish version of Dancing with the Stars, Dancing with the Stars: Taniec z gwiazdami[21] with her dance partner Jan Kliment. The couple won the competition, beating Cichosz and Stefano Terrazzino [pl] in the finals.[22][23] Along with Rafał Brzozowski [pl] and Sylwia Lipka [pl], she was an interval act for the national selection for the Polish national final for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2017.[24]

In January 2018, in an interview with, she confirmed the beginning of work on a second studio album, which she plans to premiere in autumn of 2018.[25]


Among her inspirations, Szroeder mentions above all Michael Jackson. She is also inspired by the music of artists such as Justin Timberlake and Rihanna.[2]



List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album


"Jane" 2013 2
"Tęczowy" 1
"Wszystkiego na raz"

(with Liber)

5 1 Duety
"Teraz Ty"

(with Liber)

2014 4 1

(with Liber)

2015 4
"Lustra" 2016 6 1
  • POL: 2× Platinum
"Domek z Kart" 19 3
"Powietrze" 9 2
"Zamienię Cię" 2017 4 1
"Zaprowadź Mnie" 26 3 Tarapaty

(movie soundtrack)

"Parasole" 2018 42 3
"Nie oglądam się" 2019 26 1
"Nie mów nic"
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak on charts Albums


Liber – "Nie patrzę w dół" (feat. Natalia Szroeder) 2013 2 3 Duety
"—" denotes items which were not released in that country or failed to chart.
Album Year Title
Weronika Korthals [pl]Na wiedno 2009 "Redosny dzéń" (feat. Natalia Szroeder)
Najpiękniejsze polskie kolędy (kompilacja) 2010 Weronika Korthals i Natalia Szroeder – "Dzysô z Betlejem"
Liber – Duety 2013 "Wszystkiego na raz" (feat. Natalia Szroeder)

"Nie patrzę w dół" (feat. Natalia Szroeder)

TARTA z truskawkami kaszubskimi (kompilacja) 2014 Natalia Szroeder – "Potrzebny je drech"


Title Years Directors Albums References
"Potrzebny je drech" 2012
"Tęczowy" 2013
"Nie pytaj jak (Young Stars Festival)" 2014 Smoła Studio
"Teraz ty"

(feat. Liber)

Adam Gawenda
Liber – "Wszystkiego na raz" (feat. Natalia Szroeder) 2013 Duety
Liber – "Nie patrzę w dół" (feat. Natalia Szroeder) cam-L Studio, DL Promotion
Weronika Korthals and Natalia Szroeder – "Dzysô z Betlejem" 2010 Najpiękniejsze polskie kolędy

Awards and honors[edit]

Year Category Award Note Source
2013 The best debut Eska Music Awards 2013 Nominated
The biggest hit of the year ("Wszystkiego na raz") TOPtrendy 2013 Nominated
2016 Grand Prix Opola 2016 ("Lustra") National Festival of Polish Song in Opole Nominated


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  9. ^ "Znamy nominacje ESKA Music Awards" (in Polish). Archived from the original on 21 October 2013. Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  10. ^ "Festiwal Piosenki Rosyjskiej: Michał Szpak, Natalia Sikora i Natalia Szroeder powalczą o Złoty Samowar" (in Polish). Retrieved 7 February 2018.
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  13. ^ "Young Stars Festival 2014: kto wystąpi, bilety i jakie atrakcje czekają w Poznaniu" (in Polish). Retrieved 7 February 2018.
  14. ^ "Carpathia 2014 – finał" (in Polish). Archived from the original on 9 June 2015. Retrieved 7 February 2018.CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (link)
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  23. ^ "Natalia Szroeder i Jan Kliment wygrali Dancing with the Stars. Taniec z Gwiazdami – Polsat News". (in Polish). Retrieved 18 February 2018.
  24. ^ "Eurowizja Junior 2017 – krajowe eliminacje: Rafał Brzozowski prowadzącym. Kto w jury?". (in Polish). Retrieved 18 February 2018.
  25. ^ "Eurowizja 2018. Natalia Szroeder zawalczy o udział w konkursie?". (in Polish). Retrieved 18 February 2018.

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