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Initially discovered via My Space, she enjoyed a huge hit single with Foundations in 2007, topped the charts with debut album Made Of Bricks and won best female artist at the Brits in 2008.But, at 19, she found it hard to cope with sudden success.
‘It took me months to reconnect with reality,’ she says. You get up late, have a shower, do interviews and play a gig. My home life is ordinary, and that’s how I like it.A former Brits School student, she had been working in a branch of River Island in Watford before hitting the charts, and she found the transition an awkward one.‘Touring was fun, but it was stressful,’ says Kate, now 22.I’m not a celebrity.’ Alongside Lily Allen and Amy Winehouse, Harrow-born Nash was one of the home-grown female pop faces of the late Noughties.A flame-haired singer-songwriter with a cheeky, rebellious streak, her Cockney accent, conversational lyrics and catchy choruses made her an overnight star.Listening to Kate Nash’s music can feel like being forced to read a teenager’s diary.
There are moments of startling beauty, painful comedy and downright information overload.
Writing on Twitter.com/ryanjamesjarman, he accused Green of being “arrogant” and labelled him a “prick”.
Professor Green responded by claiming that he had not tried to make a move on Nash, and wrote on Twitter.com/professorgreen: “Pretty sure I didn’t try hitting on your girl.” However, Jarman has since got in contact with NME in an attempt to clarify the situation after some media outlets picked up on the online tete-a-tete.
A blogger who, arguably, owes her entire career to being championed by Lily Allen on My Space (In 2006 Allen placed the unknown Nash at number eight on her friends list; a burgeoning fan base and record deal swiftly followed.) Nash and her piano were the sound of summer 2007, her number-two hit, the break-up song Foundations, winning the hearts of hardened music critics and Glastonbury crowds alike. Nash’s second album, the follow-up to 'Made of Bricks’, takes a new direction.
(Some audiences even threw lemons in homage to her most celebrated lyric, 'You said I must eat so many lemons, ’cause I am so bitter/I said, “I’d rather be friends with your mates ’cause they are much fitter.”’) Her cockney delivery, raw emotion and deadpan wit struck a chord with teenagers, and she went on to win best female artist at the 2008 Brits. Alongside her trademark lo-fi confessionals are shouty diatribes.
EXCLUSIVE: Former BRIT Award winner Kate Nash has lashed out to express her anger at being dumped by her record label.