Natassa Bofiliou was born in Athens in 1983. She studies political science at the University of Athens. She has studied piano and music theory at the Greek Odeum. She has participated in concerts with Hronis Aidonidis.
Her first appearance on discography was in 2004 with the cd “Defteri Akroasi tis Mikris Arktou”, where she sings: “Aspirini” (by Gerasimos Evangelatos and Kostas Tsirkas) and “Poios kserei” (by Maria Polydouri and M. Selitsaniotis).
Her first personal album (2005) - a collaboration with friends Gerasimos Evangelatos (lyrics) and Kostas Tsirkas (music) entitled “100 mikres anases” (100 short breaths), introduces Natassa as one of the most promising voices of her generation.
In 2006 Stamatis Kraounakis offers her two songs (Erastes, Tetoia mera) in the soundtrack of Nikos Panagiotopoulos’ film “Pethenontas stin Athina” (Dying in Athens).
On March 2007 she performs live and records the 2 track mini album “En lefko” by Gerasimos Evangelatos and Themis Karamouratidis.