When singer-songwriter Natalie Brown lost a record deal in 2000, she started her own label with a partner, and they released the record together. That first album, Let the Candle Burn, kicked off on internet sites such as Amazon and iTunes — and Brown has never looked back. Being independent is difficult, she acknowledges, but it means she can stay true to her own values and persona. “I don’t want to be a packaged product,” says the Canadian-born, contemporary R&B, pop and soul musician.
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