In 2002, she released her highly successful album No soy un angel (I'm Not an Angel), produced by British dance producers Xenomania. She was transformed into the Spanish Britney Spears, and the first single off the album, Vas a volverme loca.
In 2003, Natalia released Besa mi piel (Kiss My Skin), which equally was a success. On this album, she included 4 of her own compositions (including the first single, also called 'Besa Mi Piel').
In 2004, she released Natalia, her third album. The first single was track penned by Lucie Silvas called Sombras (Shadows). The video (which featured Natalia in a haunted house being seduced by a ghost) was seemed too inappropriate for young children and it wasn't shown on Spanish TV until the late evening, which caused a flop in sales. Amid this, the second single, Que No Puede Ser (What You Can't Be), became a lot more successful than the first single, due to another expensive video (this time, based on the film Mean Girls) and a big promotional tour across Spain, where Natalia sang live on many important TV shows. This album, however, was mainly based on rock music. It included a version of AC/DC's Highway to Hell.
Natalia has appeared on many other artists albums. In 2004, she appeared on an album by Spanish singer Tony Aguilar on a song called Vuelve. With addition to this, Natalia has appeared on American rapper AT's album Electric Grease with the song "I Love This Game".
Natalia took a break for a year. However, in September 2005, she made her comeback. First of all, she came third in the Spanish reality TV program Gente de Primera, where celebrities take a member of the public and transform them into pop stars.
In June 2006, Natalia released her fourth album, Nada es lo que crees (Nothing Is What You Believe). It got to number 25#, 4 places lower than 'Natalia'. The first single, "Loco por mi" (Mad for Me), got to number 3 in the Spanish chart, solely on Internet Downloads. In January 2007, half a year after the first single was released, it was announced that the second single would be A Ti (To You). However, without a promotional video, it didn't make the Spanish chart.
In November 2007, Natalia returned with a new album, Radikal, and a new single, Rebelde en Libertad. Radikal debuted in the Spanish charts at 56, the lowest entry for any singer to come from Operacion Triunfo.
2009 brings Natalia's greatest hits album, ending her 5 album record contract with Universal/Vale Music.
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