The singer of "Free", "Automatic" and "Studio 54" will be performing on five Mondays across the season at Space Ibiza
North American house music diva Ultra Naté is the new vocalist resident of Café Olé Ibiza. Starting this week and ending next August 12th she will be playing every Monday at Space. Along her 22 years of extensive musical career, the singer, who's reached worldwide popularity for having performed the soundtrack on the movie Studio 54, has published six albums, successfully positioning 7 singles on the first place of US dance chart-topping hits. These themes include Automatic or Free, gold record on the UK for having sold more than half a million copies. Ultra Naté started her career in 1991, at the age of 21 she had already signed with Warner Bros. Records being produced by Basement Boys and Masters at Work.
This great singer, producer and recently DJ is an authentic musical chameleon that has been able to evolve and move from one register to another with undisputable elegance. Her commitment to always being at the forefront has been the main factor influencing her career, staying true to herself and her house music roots, rejecting the R&B pressure back in the moment when it was in fashion. Ultra Naté has been the fuel during many uninhibited nights on Café Olé at Space Ibiza and Café Olé World Tour.
Café Olé will count with the attendance of the artist during 5 nights in total: July 15th on Café Olé Burlesque, July 22nd on Motel Café Olé, July 29th on Café Olé Freak, August 5th on Café Olé Back to the Disco and August 12nd, a remarkable date due to the celebration of the 14 years that Café Olé has been delivering great music and show in and out its boundaries.
Café Olé will have the opportunity to receive Ultra Naté right at a key moment on her career, the release of her seventh album, Hero Worship. In exclusive on Ibiza, the audience will be able to listen to her new album singles like Radio, a song in collaboration with Chris Willis, or A Planet Called Love with David Morales.
Ultra Naté adds another incentive to Monday nights and puts the icing on the Café Olé's cake, a line up full of renowned artists on the clubbing scene like Bob Sinclar, Roger Sanchez, Fedde Le Grand, Porter Robinson, Danny Avila, Funkagenda, Rebecca & Fiona, Cedric Gervais, Funkerman, The Cube Guys and many more.