Natallie Ng is an aspiring singer-songwriter from Kuala Lumpur. In 2012, she was featured at Urbanscapes as one of the top 3 finalists for R.AGE Open Mic. Besides that, her music has been heard around familiar places like The Bee and Laundry Bar.
More recently, London has had the chance to hear her music too. Natallie is currently pursuing her Degree in Music there, and takes up gigs every now and then at places around London.
Natallie was drawn to music at an early age, and grew up learning the piano and violin. Now, whether she’s playing the piano or penning down her newest song, music still captures her heart the way it used to.
What are your aspirations?
I hope to go far with my music, either as a singer-songwriter or a musician/secessionist. If not, I wouldn’t mind doing something with children and music, as long as it’s something I enjoy.
How did you start songwriting?
Being a closed person, I always jot down things on my mind. As time passed, sitting by the piano became my place of comfort, where I would write and sing my everyday thoughts and emotions.
“Sitting by the piano became my place of comfort, where I would write and sing my everyday thoughts and emotions.”
I hope to write music that captivates hearts. I want to write songs that relate to people and bring a smile to their faces because that’s what music is all about.
There was once when I went into a bar in London and I accidentally hugged a security guard when her gesture of her arms opened was actually for a body-check! Haha. It was really embarrassing.