Our Top 10 Natasha Bedingfield songs list takes a listen to ten songs from a wonderful British born artist who has had great success in the music business since 2004. Born in 1981, Natasha Anne Bedingfield released her first album entitled Unwritten in 2004. She would celebrate a number one single in the United Kingdom and multiple top 10 hits in the United States. In the UK, she was nominated for Best British Artist while she was also nominated for multiple Grammy Awards in the US. Her most recent album was released in 2019 entitled Roll With Me.
# 10 – Single
We open up our Natasha Bedingfield songs list with this super cool hip hop grooved song entitled “Single.” This great track was released as the first single of Natasha Bedingfield’s career. It was released on her sensational debut album entitled Unwritten. The album and single were released in 2004. The song was an instant hit in her native home of the United Kingdom where it reached all the way up to the number five spot. The song also broke into the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number fifty seven. The song “Single,” was written by Natasha Bedingfield, Steve Kipner, Andrew Frampton and Wayne Wilkins. This was a smoking hot track that caused the British to fall instantly in love with Natasha Bedingfield as her career began to explode right from her very first single
# 9 – Strip Me
Continuing with our Natasha Bedingfield songs list we jump about six years into the future in presenting the fantastic song entitled “Strip Me.” This anthemic female empowerment song was released on Natasha Bedingfield’s third album also entitled “Strip Me.” The song broke into the Billboard Hot 100 but only reached the ninety first spot. “Strip Me,” failed to break into the United Kingdom pop charts. The song was written by Natasha Bedingfield and Ryan Tedder who also produced the track.
# 8 – Angel
In the number eight spot on our Natasha Bedingfield songs list we turn to a slightly more urban style song from Natasha Bedingfield with this great track entitled “Angel.” The songs’ urban hip hop feel came from the production of the very talented Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins. This minor key written song was released as the third single from the singer’s second album entitled Pocketful of Sunshine. The album was released in 2007.
# 7 – Kick It
In our attempt to cover as much ground as we can on this top 10 Natasha Bedingfield, songs list, we turn to one of her most recent recordings entitled “Kick It.” The song was released in 2019 on her fourth studio album entitled Roll With Me. It had been eight years since Natasha Bedingfield, had released her third studio album called Strip Me. It was so nice to have Natasha Bedingfield back on the radio. She still looks and sounds amazing in this great groove infused very mature sounding tune entitled “Kick It.” The song was produced by the legendary Linda Perry. Love it!
# 6 – Touch
This is one of those songs you just love instantly from the opening notes. This is such a fab song, we don’t know why it wasn’t a bigger hit than it was. In our opinion this is a number one type song. It’s very original sounding and incredibly catchy with a spectacular verse and a to die for chorus. The song was released as the lead single from Natasha Bedingfield’s album Strip Me.
# 5 – Soulmate
At the halfway point on our Natasha Bedingfield songs list we take a listen to the great ballad entitled “Soulmate.” Written in a minor key, this soul moody groove song was a big hit in the United Kingdom peaking at number seven on the United Kingdom pop charts. The song also appeared in many US television shows including Medium and The Hills. It’s such a cinematic piece of music, it was perfect for the screen.
# 4 – Love Like This – ft. Sean Kingston
Natasha Bedingfield followed up her moody “Soulmate,” song with this great track entitled “Love Like This,” which featured the sensational Sean Kingston. This is a much happier groove infused song filled with Natasha Bedingfield’s endearing vocal performance that you just so fall in love with. The song was a major success for Natasha Bedingfield as it went platinum in sales. It was also a big hit in both the United Kingdom and the United States.
# 3 -Pocketful of Sunshine
This great Natasha Bedingfield song entitled “Pocketful of Sunshine” easily contains the best chorus ever featured on a Natasha Bedingfield song. The words in the chorus “Take Me Away,” is the perfect line of escapism that just fills you with hope and makes you feel good. The song was released on Natasha Bedingfield’s second album entitled N.B. It was released as the fourth single from the record. However it would become the album’s biggest hit as the song broke into the US Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10 peaking at number five. The song was written by Natasha Bedingfield, Danielle Brisebois and John Shanks.
# 2 – These Words
Now you know you love this one as Natasha Bedingfield gets her groove on with this spectacular track entitled “These Words.” This is another one of those great uplifting songs full of spirit in such such a rhythmic and melodic way that only Natasha Bedingfield can deliver. The song “These Words,” would become the biggest hit of Natasha Bedingfield’s career in the United Kingdom. It would become her only number one single in the UK of her career. The song was released on her 2004 debut album entitled Unwritten. “These Words,” was released as the second single from the record.
# 1 – Unwritten
We close out our Natasha Bedingfield songs list with the biggest hit single of her career in the United States. The song “Unwritten,” was Natasha Bedingfield’s first big hit in the US and her first Top 10 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. It would become her biggest selling single going platinum in multiple countries. The song was the third single released from her debut album entitled Unwritten in 2004.
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