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Natalac “The last pimp of BET Uncut” releases his 5th album entitled “The Answers”
Got Questions? Natalac has The Answers!!! Plain and simple! The album features his comrades “BlackHillbillie, and Tef Kaluminoti”. Got questions? If you’re searching for The Answers, This is it!
Natalac’s Singles are:
Money Girl (she's a) feat. Blackhillbillie Produced by lil brod, S.C.
STAAACKS (stacks) produced by Freddy Fred & Big A, S.C.
Draggin these like a Train (I pull’em) feat. Tef Kaluminoti Produced by Breeze Cop-o, N.C
Aint nothin like A (Pimp A** Ni66a) produced by Venom Vendetta, S.C.
Players Ball Produced by Dinero, Fl.
Killing my Heart (Died in your arms tonite) Produced by Dinero, Fl.
That's Natalac (Who is Natalac) Produced by Lil brod, S.C.
Natalac: In my music I always chose to use facts instead of opinions or assumptions, to give my listeners not only some thing they could dance, bounce or go pimpin to but something they could vibe on, and learn from. Real music, that’s for real people & real times. Not losing sight of a little humor as well, though I’m a political patriot, that served in the US Marine Corp from 1991-1997. I give thanks to the Lord above, and everyone that was in my corner since day one. Look me up & learn somethin... http://www.NatalacRecords.com
That’s Natalac, and I’m out!
His previous albums include:
Do Whacha No U Shud – was Natalac’s 1st album, it featured J.V. & Uno, the single from that album was called “Fire in Florida”. This song was about the disinfringement of the Florida votes in the 2000 Presidential Election between Vice President Al Gore and then Governor George Bush. Natalac’s “Fire in Florida” T.V. commercial was refused by Florida T.V. stations. In “Natalac’s opinion”, cause Jeb Bush was the governor of Florida, and did not want controversy against his brother the T.V. commercial would not be allowed to air. The song caught the attention of the NAACP and Natalac later became a part of the GET YOUR VOTE ON tour through out Florida. (Produced in Jacksonville, Florida).
Bare Truth – was Natalac’s 2nd album , it featured J.V., C-4, T-girl, Blue & Fuse he posed naked for the album cover front and back, the single on this particular album was “Step Daddy” (superman pappy) he gained the love & admiration of step fathers, grand parents and kids where ever he went, because of the song they all called him “The Original Step Daddy” Superman Papie. (Produced in Jacksonville, Florida)
Then Natalac A legend to the game, Natalac expanded his record label to the Carolinas better known as the Cakalac in 2003.
Southern Carolina – was the 3rd album, it featured Natalac & Flav, the single from this was called Southern Carolina ,this song was created at the height of the Goose Creek incident, where school children and some faculty were made to lay face down flat at gun point by local police in there school. Also around the same time the Senator of South Carolina Strom Thurman passed away, news reported that he had a black daughter named Essie Mae Washington. Natalac’s video Southern Carolina was created featuring Essie Mae Washington daughter of the late senator Strom Thurman who supported segregation in S. Carolina, and also behind the scenes supported his black daughter Essie Mae Washington. (Produced in the Carolinas)
Natalac: I believe the video and the way his daughter told how great of a man he was made South Carolina change his monument to finally add her name to his list of children.
Hidden Adjenda - this was Natalac’s 4th album, it featured Flav, Lil Ru,(Now signed with DEF JAM), Snook the Rockstar, Mike James, Y.G., Collard Greens, Country Blacc, Da BlackHillbillie, & Trill. This was a limited edition double disk CD/DVD combo, the single from this was called ‘’Pimp of the City”. Natalac’s Pimp of the City video directed by Big A (Buck TV) aired countless times on BET Uncut until it’s cancellation. (Produced in the Carolinas)
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Natalac Records was founded by Sheldon Davis in 1998 after being discharged after four years in the U.S. Marines back to his hometown Jacksonville, Florida. The first single released with his label Natalac Records was Nat "Fire in Florida"off the "Do whacha No U Shud" album which was also the first release with a Natalac Records catalog number.