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Natalia Lafourcade

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Hasta la Raíz Natalia Lafourcade 03:41
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Slowly Natalia Lafourcade, Leiva 05:36
Tú Sí Sabes Quererme (feat. Los Macorinos) Natalia Lafourcade, Los Macorinos 04:04
Mi manera de querer Natalia Lafourcade 03:53
De todas las flores Natalia Lafourcade 05:22
Remamos Kany Garcia, Natalia Lafourcade 03:51
Lo Que Construimos Natalia Lafourcade 04:39
Alma Mía (feat. Los Macorinos) Natalia Lafourcade, Los Macorinos 04:19

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Natalia LaFourcade at El Cantoral (December 17, 2022)
Mexico City, Mexico

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Born María Natalia Lafourcade Silva on February 26, 1984 in Mexico City, the singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known as Natalia Lafourcade burst onto the scene in 2002 with her debut self-titled LP and picked up a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Pop Album. Natalia grew up in Coatepec, Veracruz, Mexico and was immersed in music and art from childhood; her father is Chilean musician Gastón Lafourcade and her mother is the pianist María del Carmen Silva Contreras. Following the release of Natalia Lafourcade in 2002 – a melange of pop-rock and Latin rhythms – she spent the next few decades stretching her elastic voice into new shapes, turning in albums of rock en español (2005's Casa) to one reinterpreting the repertoire of Mexican composer, Lara, for her fourth album, titled Mujer Divina – Homenaje a Agustín Lara (2012), which featured an array of guest artists. Her fifth studio album, Hasta la Raíz (2015), picked up a flurry of accolades, winning Best Alternative Music Album and Best Engineered Album at the 16th Latin Grammy Awards while also winning Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. Natalia Lafourcade turned to folk for her next four albums: Musas (2017), which received a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Album of the Year at the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, Musas, Vol. 2 (2018) which also picked up multiple Grammy nods, Un Canto por México, Vol. 1 (2020) – which won Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano) at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards in 2021 – and Un Canto por México, Vol. 1 (2021).