Natasja Saad (born 1974, Copenhagen - Died June 24, 2007, Kingston, Jamaica) known as Little T or just Natasja. Born by Kirstine Saad, Danish Photographer, and a Sudanese father, Natasja Saad was a Danish rapper and reggae singer.
At the age of only 13, Natasja started singing and DJ'ing in Copenhagen, where she performed live with Miss Mukupa and McEmzee in the band, No Name Requested. During that period, she also performed along with Queen Latifah and gained popularity in Jamaica. In 1998, she fell off her horse during her education, becoming a professional jockey. This seriously slowed down her career.
In the Summer of 2004, she published the 12"-Cover Me and later the 7" Summercute and in 2005, the cd Release. In the same year, she appeared at Bikstok Røgsystems greatest hit, Cigar covered as 'Lille T'. In 2006 she won the reggae competition, Irie FM Big Break Contest in Jamaica with the song 45 Questionsas the first non-Jamaican ever. First prize was a record label, a music video, a photo session and a job at the Reggae Sumfest-festival, where 50 Cent and Rihanna, amongst others, also performed. Natasjas first major hit, Mon De Reggae, was inspired by the hit Pon De Replay by said Rihanna.
In Spring 2007, she appeared in Betty Nansen Teatret's play Købmanden (a contemporary interpretation of The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare), with Danish actors Jonatan Spang, Nicolas Bro, Laura Bro, Omar Marzouk and Blæs Bukki. Last, she also produced the soundtrack to the Danish Comedy Fidibus by successful performer/director Hella Joof with the track Op med ho’det. http://thecookingpot.dk