British pop provocateur Natalia Kills will release her sophomore set Trouble September 3rd on will.i.am/Cherrytree/Interscope Records. Pre-order Trouble now at iTunes.com/NataliaKills.
Trouble will be available exclusively at iTunes the week of September 3rd and at all other music retailers starting on September 10th.
Written and recorded in collaboration with renowned producers Jeff Bhasker (Kanye West, Jay-Z, fun.) and Emile Haynie (Lana Del Rey, Kid Cudi, Eminem), Trouble combines Natalia’s razor sharp lyrics with her unique and robust vocal delivery.
Videos for two songs off Trouble have been released to rave reviews. "Saturday Night" depicts Natalia in a scene from her young life growing up in England. Raised by a Jamaican father and Uruguayan mother, the family was constantly moving from city to city, often shifting enigmatically between their luxury homes in the U.K., Jamaica and Spain. Though her childhood seemed like a dream, it was warped by danger and luxury. The "Problem" video gives a peek into Natalia’s life when she first arrived in Los Angeles and has seen views surpassing 1 million on VEVO.
Natalia Kills - Saturday Night (directed by G) - http://youtu.be/_cnD_efmM6s
WATCH "PROBLEM" VIDEO - http://vevo.ly/ubghgG
Recorded in both New York and Los Angeles the track listing for Trouble reads like a page from a young girls diary. “Most of my songs start with a memory that will haunt me for a long time, until I’m brave or crazy enough to confront it and turn it into something permanent by acknowledging it was real,” she says.
The track listing for Trouble is:
- “Stop Me,”
- “Boys Don’t Cry,”
- “Daddy’s Girl,”
- “Saturday Night,”
- “Devil Don’t Fly,”
- “Outta Time,”
- “Rabbit Hole,”
- “Watching You,”
- “Marlboro Lights”
Since releasing her critically acclaimed debut album Perfectionist in the summer of 2011, Natalia Kills has toured the world with Katy Perry, Bruno Mars and The Black Eyed Peas, eventually headlining her own jaunt in Europe. Two tracks from her debut album, “Free” feat. will.i.am and “Mirrors,” went Top 10 in Europe and sold over 750,000.