Mexican singer-songwriter who gained popularity as the frontwoman of the Latin Grammy-winning pop-rock band Natalia y La Forquetina. Following the band's breakup, she released albums like Hu Hu Hu, which cracked the top ten on the Mexican Album Charts.
She began singing in a mariachi band at age ten. She began writing songs at the age of 16. She released her first album in 2002.
She won the award for Best New Producer of the Year at the Indie-O Music Awards for her work on the Carla Morrison album Mientras Tu Dormias.
Her father is the well-known musician Gaston Lafourcade.
She sang on the MTV Unplugged album of Julieta Venegas in 2008.