Grammy and Brit Award-nominated pop singer-songwriter, Natasha Bedingfield took her first steps into a music career performing in the UK's Christian music scene. After stints with The DNA Algorithm (a group which also featured her siblings Daniel Bedingfield and Nikola Rachelle) and the Hillsong London Church, she embarked on a solo career with her 2004 debut album, Unwritten, which shot straight to Number 1 in the UK charts - and went on to sell well over two million copies worldwide. Three hit singles, Single, These Words and Unwritten, were released from the album. The title track became the most played song on US radio in 2006 and garnered Natasha a Grammy Awards nomination for Best Female Vocal Pop Performance. Her second album, N.B., was released in Europe in April 2007 but didn't appear in the States and Canada until January 2008 where it was repackaged, re-edited and retitled as Pocketful of Sunshine. The European version of the album contained the singles Soulmate, Say It Again and the mildly controversial I Wanna Have Your Babies, while the American version gave her further chart success with the tracks Love Like This (featuring reggae artist Sean Kingston), Pocketful of Sunshine and Angel. As well as her pop career, Bedingfield also works as an ambassador for the children's charity founded by her mother, Global Angels, and has recently taken on acting roles on US television.