Natasha Phillips is an up-and-coming gospel and contemporary Christian artist who is quickly making a name for herself in the industry. Combining traditional gospel sounds with modern pop styles, the Atlanta, Georgia based artist is adding a refreshing and vibrant new sound to the gospel industry. Natasha Phillips is driven by the goal of spreading gospel music and the Christian message worldwide. In pursuing her dream, she uses stunning vocals to deliver relatable and important messages to her listeners.
Starting with music at a very young age, Natasha Phillips first developed her skills through classical training in church choirs. She excelled early, displaying incredible vocal abilities and an unmatched passion for gospel music. It was clear that she was destined for a life in the music industry. As she continued to grow, Natasha Phillips was inspired by her faith to begin writing songs and spreading her ministry through music.
Her professional debut came with the release of “I’ll Worship You” in 2015, gaining her critical attention and displaying the same passion and impressive capabilities that have always been prevalent in her music. She continued her climb into the spotlight with a string of impressive singles, including “Run to You” (2018) and “You Are Still God” (2019). With her most recent single “God of my Universe”, Natasha Phillips continues to develop and perfect her artistry. Giving a slow, soft vocal performance, Natasha Phillips speaks directly and openly about her relationship with God and the powerful place in her life that He holds. The song feels raw and emotional, giving it a relatable and genuine appeal that resonates with listeners.
Showing incredible passion, genuine artistry, and a true love for music, Natasha Phillips continues to be one of the most exciting new names in the Christian music industry!
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