UK R&B sensation Starboy Nathan is back, primed and ready to burst into the charts to resume his rightful place, after a brief hiatus from the limelight.

 New smash-hit single, Diamonds, combines Starboy Nathan’s smooth vocals with a stripped back R&B beat, creating a soul–infused love song which looks to be a surefire hit. 

Starboy Nathan commented “I wrote ‘Diamonds’ to express the feeling when you want to do anything and everything you can for the person that you’re with.  Less about the diamond itself, 'Diamonds' is more of a metaphor for the gesture behind it”

Kick-starting his eagerly anticipated return to the UK with all guns blazing, he has been supporting award-winning super-group JLS on their sold-out arena tour  which has received huge acclaim.  With renowned producers such as Wideboys and Roni Size jumping on the remixes, Starboy Nathan has returned, all guns blazing.

Signed to the independent Mona Records/Vibes Corner Music, Starboy Nathan has matured and is ready to take on the charts with his unique brand of slick, feel-good R&B.

What started as a brief visit to work with huge names in US Hip Hop and R&B led to Starboy Nathan leaving his hometown of London and rellocating to New York and Atlanta for two years.  Following up from The Masterpiece, an album which received widespread acclaim and produced a Top 40 single, Come Into My Room, Starboy Nathan’s second album, ‘3D - Determination, Dedication, Desire’,  due this Spring, looks set to demonstrate just how far he has come as an artist.

 Working with internationally renowned songwirters such as 2011 Grammy Award Winners Angela Hunte and Janet “J’nay” Sewell-Ulepic and super-producers including, Hip Hop luminary Swizz Beatz, the album will be the perfect showcase for Starboy Nathan’s effortless singing voice and songwriting abilities. Featured artists will include the likes of international rap star, FloRida.

Starboy Nathan will continue to wow crowds with his stellar live performances as he joins super boyband, The Wanted on tour this spring:

26 March             Rhyl Pavilion

28 March            Manchester Apollo

29 March            Manchester Apollo

30 March            Newcastle City Hall

01 April             Brighton Centre

02 April            Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

03 April            Cardiff CIA

05 April            Plymouth Pavilions

06 April            London Hammersmith Apollo

07 April            London Hammersmith Apollo

09 April            Bournemouth BIC

10 April            Sheffield City Hall

11 April            Wolves Civic Hall

13 April            Glasgow Clyde Auditorium

14 April            Glasgow Clyde Auditorium

15 April            Edinburgh Playhouse