Baltimore singer/songwriter/DJ/producer and music legend Ultra Naté has long been adored by
electronic, dance and pop fans since the early 90’s. Ultra is celebrating her 30th plus year in the game
having debuted on the scene in 1989 with the with the early underground favorite, It’s Over Now and
her revered 1990 album, Blue Notes In the Basement which spawned the hits Rejoicing, Deeper Love,
Scandal and Is It Love?. Ultra was one of the first house music artists signed to a major label deal
when she inked with Warners UK.
Three decades on with massive crowd stompers such as Twisted, Automatic, Party Girl, New Kind Of
Medicine, Found A Cure, How Long (Ultra Flava) and the Top 10 pop nugget, If You Could Read My Mind, 2022
finds Ultra Naté joyously celebrating the enduring anthem Free’s 25th anniversary all year long. This
Summer has seen Ultra collaborating with the likes of Icona Pop, David Morales, NYC’s esteemed Lincoln
Center, numerous festivals, Prides and ushering in her 10th album titled, ULTRA.
Throughout her career Ultra Naté’s sound has embraced a variety of genres including house, soul,
disco, electro pop, R&B, hiphop and rock. Her catalogue is one steeped in timeless classics, impressive
accolades and creative highlights with everyone from The Basement Boys, Nellee Hooper, D-Influence,
Mood II Swing, Nona Hendryx, Lenny Kravitz and Frankie Knuckles to N’Dea Davenport, NERVO, Todd
Terry, Michelle Williams (of Destiny’s Child), 4 Hero, Deee-lite, Masters at Work (Louie Vega and Kenny
‘Dope’ Gonzalez), Roger Sanchez and others.
She is honored to be considered an icon of the Dance and LGBTQI+ communities worldwide.
Ultra was named one of Billboard Magazine’s Greatest of All Time *Top Dance Artists along with having
three entries in the music industry bibles respective Greatest Of All Time *Top 10 Dance Club Songs.
In the Summer of 2020, Ultra was the only top charting female when the perennial classic Free made
the coveted Top 10 ‘Best Ibiza Anthems of All Time’ list from Tomorrowland’s influential One World Radio.
During 2019s unprecedented global World Pride celebrations, Free was universally named one of the
Top Pride anthems of all time.
Coming off the back of the Ibiza Classics tour with dance maestro, Pete Tong, Jules Buckley and the
Heritage Orchestra that won rave reviews, as well as her recent headline stint for New York City’s
prestigious Lincoln Center, and a historic performance of Free at a sold out Wembley Stadium for
Women’s Euros 2022 alongside Becky Hill and Stefflon Don, Ultra Naté’s vocal stylings and song-writing
has provided fans with over 30 years of pure anthems that continue to stand the test of time