George Michael and Boy George amongst Stars to feature on album tribute to London singer killed in crash
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George Michael and Boy George are among a string of stars to donate tracks or perform on a tribute album for a London singer who died in a car crash.
Natasha Anastasiades was on the verge of landing a major record deal when her car hit a tree in Whetstone in 2005.
The 22-year-old, from Wood Green, left behind songs which form the basis for the album, which also features Marcella Detroit, who topped the charts with Shakespears Sister in the Eighties, and Antony Costa, of boy band Blue.
Natasha’s father Mario, 56, who was her manager, dedicated seven years to the project. He said: “I promised Natasha the world would hear her music.” The album, to be released this month, will raise funds for the Natasha Foundation, a charity set up by her parents to raise road safety awareness in young people.
Natasha was a passenger in her own car, with a 17-year-old learner-driver friend at the wheel.
The album, Natasha, is available for order on iTunes and Amazon :