Natalie NDure Brooks discovered her love for music at an early age. She Started writing at ten and singing at thirteen. She remembers distinctively sitting on her front porch writing and going to bed with music in her ears. Then, local rapper and producer Willie Lumpkin known as Adiyon gave her, her first start and it was all she wrote from there as they say.

From studio sessions to collaborations, talent shows etc... She also gained recognition for her music & poetry in 1998 & won a local award from the community center located in Buffalo, NY & was also nominated in 2008 for the R&B category in the international song writing competition. She also won an award with Singers Paradise Hip-Hop Seazon 2014.

NDure grew to build relationships with various music creators one that stands out and now her mentor Ramon Gooden of Digital Underground where she met in Atlanta.

She has attended the "I Create Music Expo" & met many other musicians from around the world, tried out for The Apollo and NBC The Voice. Her music has been played in Austin, TX on 88.7 fm KAZIFM, HOT 104.1 STL, BEAT 94.7 SC and WBLK 93.7.

NDure has opened up for Blues singer Bobby Rush & has also performed at The History Victory Grill in Austin, TX, Kleinhans and Shea's with award winning producer Lorna C. Hill in the play
"And Bid Him Sing", Hard Rock Cafe in Toronto.

In early 2009 she signed a seven year contract for her poetry book "The Inception" she is looking to publish another book called Closure. NDure also has been featured in several magazines INDEPENDENT ARTIST MAGAZINE April/May and August/September 2013 edition TopCat Magazine April 2015 issue, 716 Magazine 2015 December issue advertising her new fragrance NDURE and interviews. Ndure has expanded her writing skills and is now a writer for Chicago’s Divulge Magazine.

She also is acting in a film in Little Rock Arkansas called Pimpi n Ain’t Dead Chicks Just Scared as Crème’.

She is currently looking forward to launching her perfume & seeking a publishing deal & endorsements.

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