Raised in North Inglewood on the Wu bible, but blessed with a musicality that fits into the sound of the new West Coast, Natia sounds starkly apart.
The "Natia the God LP" blends raw stab-you-in-your-nosebone raps with weary haunted melodies — ones that possess the weird beauty that indie singer songwriters disappear into the forest for six months to try to find.
Highly recommended if you love Purple Tape-era Raekwon and Ghostface, early Eminem and the wild blunt haze griminess of Redman. But there’s only one Natia.
"An LA Hip-Hop Masterpiece" - LA Taco
"An adept rapper bringing to life grimy East Coast sensibilities with immutable West Coast zeal...an inventor of solutions in the face of strife."- DJ Booth
"13 tracks that help make up what the well-rounded emcee calls “his Illmatic.” - 2 Dope Boyz
"Natia skillfully blends ’90s-esque, wordplay-forward rap with some more modern sonic sensibilities and a gift for vivid, street-centric storytelling with an off-kilter eye for detail." - Uproxx