Natasa Theodoridou was born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece. She studied journalism while at the same time she also completed her studies in music (guitar and giano). In 1996, she decided to move to Athens to pursue her dream of becoming a musical recording artist. In October 1997, she released her first solo album which was certified platinum within the first month of its release! Ever since, she has released 17 solo albums, all of which have been certified gold or platinum. Her discography includes some of the most iconic and well-loved songs of the contemporary Greek music scene such as “Den Thelo Tetious Filous”, “Ena Spiti Kaigete (Krima)”, “To Feggari”, “Ah”, “An Iparhi Paradisos”, “To Feggari”, “Tis Diskoles Stigmes” and “Kokkini Grammi” amongst many others.
In 2016 Natasa Theodoridou began a new musical chapter, signing with Heaven Music. In addition to a new album the collaboration brought new hits such as “Paradothika Se Sena” which became a summer anthem with more than 15 million YouTube views. In 2021 Natasa was honored with a special career achievement award at the annual MAD TV Video Music Awards and performed a medley of hits.
A plethora of successful songs followed as well as a residency in the popular Akti Piraios venue in Athens, starting from 2022. In 2023 Natasa Theodoridou released the song “O Hartis” featuring one of the most well-known Greek television presenters Giorgos Liagas in a surprise appearance. The song quickly became a viral summer hit reaching the top of the YouTube trends. Following its success Natasa recorded another collaboration with noted producer Phoebus, this time a ballad with the title “Ena Lathos Ise” which she released in the autumn of that year, once again through Heaven Music.