Robin Nathalis Chow
(born September 27
) is an American singer-songwriter
of Chinese-Burmese descent, sometimes known professionally as Natalise.
Natalise has been featured on television networks such as the WB, UPN, CBS, ABC, and MTV. She is also known for her appearances in Maxim and Blender.
Natalise's album I Came to Play received awards for Best Dance CD of 2005, Best Produced, Best Video by a Female, and Best Dance Song by Muse's Muse. Natalise was also voted "Girlfriend of the Day" in August of 2005 by Maxim and "Video of the Week" by Blender.com.
Natalise started taking piano lessons when she was 3, dance at 7, and went on to study at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, focusing on Opera and Musical Theatre from the age of 11 to 18. During her teens, she also sang in her church choir, as well as traveling and competing as a jazz singer with her high school band. Natalise attended high school in the Bay Area and graduated as the valedictorian of her class. At the age of 16, Natalise attended Stanford University
; she graduated in 2005 with high-honors in three years with a degree in Communication with a focus in Journalism. Natalise released her single "Love Goes On" and her first album "Forever Now" while attending Stanford.
- Forever Now (2003)
- I Came to Play (2005)
- Love Goes On (2003)
- Wonderful (2003)
- Get Me Off (2005)
- Enough (2006)
- China Doll (2008)