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Natalie Pa'apa'a (aka Natalie Magdalena Chilcote or Nattali Rize) is an Australian musician, record producer and political activist. She began her music career as a street percussionist in Byron Bay, as well as with a local band, Skin, before forming Blue King Brown in 2003. Pa'apa'a is a social activist and has spoken out on environmental and human rights issues including people trafficking, the NT intervention, the rebuilding of Haiti and ethical consumerism. In June 2011 she appeared as a panellist on ABC-TV's talk show, Q&A.

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  • Natalie Pa'apa'a ist eine australische Roots-Musikerin mit samoanischen und mexikanischen Wurzeln. Zusammen mit Carlos Santone gründete sie die australische Roots-Band Blue King Brown.
  • Natalie Pa'apa'a (aka Natalie Magdalena Chilcote or Nattali Rize) is an Australian musician, record producer and political activist. She began her music career as a street percussionist in Byron Bay, as well as with a local band, Skin, before forming Blue King Brown in 2003. Pa'apa'a is a social activist and has spoken out on environmental and human rights issues including people trafficking, the NT intervention, the rebuilding of Haiti and ethical consumerism. In June 2011 she appeared as a panellist on ABC-TV's talk show, Q&A.
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  • Natalie Pa'apa'a ist eine australische Roots-Musikerin mit samoanischen und mexikanischen Wurzeln. Zusammen mit Carlos Santone gründete sie die australische Roots-Band Blue King Brown.
  • Natalie Pa'apa'a (aka Natalie Magdalena Chilcote or Nattali Rize) is an Australian musician, record producer and political activist. She began her music career as a street percussionist in Byron Bay, as well as with a local band, Skin, before forming Blue King Brown in 2003. Pa'apa'a relocated to Melbourne in 2004 to concentrate on the urban roots collective, Blue King Brown, with Carlo Santone. Their debut single, "Water", was quickly added to high rotation on Triple J, as well as earning them an AIR Chart award in 2006. Known for their strong political songs and high octane live performances, Blue King Brown have opened for local and international acts as diverse as Carlos Santana, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Damian Marley, The John Butler Trio, The Cat Empire, Silverchair, and Powderfinger. In addition to their strong national profile they have established an international presence, touring Canada, the United States, France, England and Japan. Their latest LP was partially recorded in Kingston, Jamaica, with legendary reggae producers Sly and Robbie, who have previously worked with Bob Dylan, Grace Jones and The Rolling Stones. Pa'apa'a is a social activist and has spoken out on environmental and human rights issues including people trafficking, the NT intervention, the rebuilding of Haiti and ethical consumerism. In June 2011 she appeared as a panellist on ABC-TV's talk show, Q&A. In mid-2014 Blue King Brown relocated to Jamaica where Pa'apa'a decided to change her performance name to Nattali Rize due in part to Bob Marley's lyrics for "Rise Up". Rize explained the name change was also "Partly because everyone finds my name so hard to say, partly because I feel that I'm evolving as an artist. Rize is such a strong word, and Nattali spelled the way I'm using it now comes from the word 'natta' which is a native American Indian word meaning speaker." Rize worked on a solo project. She collaborated with Jamaican-based group, Notis, to issue a single, "Rebel Love", in March 2015, which was followed by a nine-track EP, New Era Frequency (7 August 2015). Aside from performing, co-writing and co-producing material as mainstay members of Blue King Brown, Pa'apa'a and Santone are also domestic partners.
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  • Pa'apa'a fronting Blue King Brown at Ottawa Bluesfest, July 2009
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  • Roots
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  • Vocals, guitar, percussion
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