About Natasha Ramos
Every showcase, talent show, and pageant, she would be there giving her gift. After her traditional schooling is when her career hit the fast track. At the tender age of 17, Natasha was chosen at an audition to form a group with, Latoya and Latavia former members of the multi-platinum girl group Destiny’s Child. Ramos flew to Atlanta, worked closely with Jagged Edge, Jazzey Phe, and super producer Brian Michael Cox to produce 10 recorded tracks for the upcoming group's album. Soon thereafter, internal disagreements between her and group management brought Natasha to break off as an independent artist.
After the brief "Anjell" stint Ramos never slowed her hustle. She went straight home and after referencing the track, "Jenny from the Block", Jennifer Lopez decided to keep Natasha Ramos vocals on the song which led to Natasha recording vocals for 5 additional tracks on the multi-platinum album “This is me... then”, for the iconic Jennifer Lopez.
Ramos knew her hustle would pay off, and that it did. At a showcase, she was asked to meet LA Reid of Arista Records. In the meeting, he stopped her mid-song and announced, “I want to sign you”. Ramos was merely 19 years old.
Then, she became a brand. Her name was being heard from coast-to-coast and her following multiplying in due course. For years she worked with super-producer and musical artist, Pharrell Williams of StarTrack Ent gaining indispensable studio and performance experience, to amass her discography, professional network and fan base.
After entertaining possibilities of forming a girl group with StarTrack Records , Tasha again realized her talents were best showcased as a solo-artist. She began again to grace the stage as a professional vocalist with seasoned experience. She showcased her talent throughout the East Coast, each time winning the audiences’ hearts.
In the studio Natasha works equally hard. In March 2011, for all of her fans, Natasha released a highly anticipated compilation of all her last decade of hits titled “Feeling Myself”.
In addition to being a talent on the track, Natasha has a budding career on the big screen. Last summer, alongside founder and president of the New England Actors Group, Luz Ramos, she co-starred in the short film, titled “In a Hartbeat”, a project funded by the National Security Agency to deter violence and show the tragic events that happened in her hometown of Hartford, CT.
After a good 10 years in the business, some struggle, sweat, & tears, hard work, determination, & Passion, Ramos's time has arrived! Now paired up with iQMultiMedia, the force is unstoppable! Natasha has a great deal to share with the world & is anxious for the world to meet, "Natasha Ramos"!