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Hailing from Singapore, and born to Swiss-Indian parents, Singer-Songwriter Tabitha Nauser made her R&B-Pop debut in 2017 with her single “Bulletproof” peaking at #1 on Spotify’s "SG Viral 50"chart and #4 on the iTunes “SG Top Charts” for all genres.

Since then, she has released a steady stream of singles, collaborating with amazing talents from UK, USA, Australia and the region, and has amassed over 3 million streams of her music on Spotify, alone. In 2017, after the debut of her first single, Tabitha embarked on a successful promotional tour in Indonesia, collaborating with local celebrities and garnering the attention of Indonesia’s top media outlets including Prambors, RCTI and Kompas. She released her second single ‘Body Language’ featuring Malaysian rapper SonaOne in September 2017.

A multi-faceted artist, Tabitha has delved into the world’s of Fashion, Television, Radio and Theatre to high acclaim. Her role as Mimi Marquez in the Pangdemonium musical production of RENT, was met with overwhelming praise, an astounding feat for someone without any musical theatre education. She has also performed on multiple stages and festivals such as the Mosaic Music Festival, Shine Festival, Music Matters Singapore, and the F1 Singapore Grand Prix, including a rare opportunity to perform at the White House in Washington DC for President Obama’s State Dinner. 

In 2018, Tabitha collaborated with internationally acclaimed Dutch DJ Trap Duo Yellow Claw, which saw her further catapulted into the global spotlight with the track “Crash This Party” amassing shy of 7 million streams to date. The music video for this single also garnered more than half a million views on YouTube within 5 days of its release.
Later that same year, she worked with Grammy-nominated producer and songwriter Michael Fatkin for her single ‘Rules’ released in May 2018. Soon after, Tabitha had the honour of being chosen to open for Grammy Nominated Singer-Songwriter Khalid for his Asian leg of the “American Teen World Tour”. 

In the first half of 2019, Tabitha released “Don’t Let Me Drown”, which she worked on with two-time Ivor Novello Award winner and Grammy nominated producer, Sacha Skarbek.
The second half of 2019 sees Tabitha release her long-awaited debut mini EP titled “things i should have said”.
The EP is a representation of Tabitha’s reflections of the year, it’s inward and critical (with a pop sensibility) and is a marker to a closing chapter in Tabitha’s life. The tracks address everything from deteriorating relationships, habits repeating itself and more - still keeping an underlying glimmer of hope and claims a triumphant finish.