Natina Reed

born on 28/10/1979 in New York City, NY, United States

died on 26/10/2012 in Atlanta, GA, United States

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Natina Reed

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Natina Reed

Natina Tiawana Reed[1] (October 28, 1979 October 26, 2012) was an American rapper, singer-songwriter, beatboxer, and a member of the R&B trio Blaque. On most of Blaque's songs, Reed is featured as a rapper or ad-libber. Reed was a protégée of late rapper Lisa Lopes.[2]

Reed contributed her own raps to many of Blaque's singles, including "808", "Can't Get It Back" and "Bring It All to Me".

Personal life

In 2001, Reed was engaged to rapper Kurupt. In 2002, she gave birth to their son Tren Brown after the group was dropped from their label. Natina and Kurupt were separated at the time of her death. Reed's cousin is former Destiny's Child member Farrah Franklin.[3]

Death

Reed died on October 26, 2012, two days shy of her 33rd birthday, in a road accident. She was struck while talking on the phone in Lawrenceville, Georgia, on U.S. Highway 29 (near Hamilton Road) while crossing the street.[4][5] CPR was performed on Reed, however, she was pronounced dead on arrival at Gwinnett Medical Center in Duluth, Georgia.[6][7]

According to Gwinnett County police, no charges are expected against the driver who accidentally struck Reed with his automobile. A preliminary investigation indicates that Reed was in the roadway when she was struck and the vehicle's driver and a passenger were the only witnesses to the collision.[8] At the time of her death, Reed was living in a motel.[9]

Discography

Album appearances

Year Title Album
2001 "It's Over" with Kurupt Space Boogie: Smoke Oddessey

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Bring It On Jenelope

TV

Year Title Role Notes
2000 V.I.P. Herself 1 episode

Music video cameo appearances

Year Title Artist
1997 "Ladies Night" Lil' Kim
2001 "Welcome To Atlanta" Ludacris
2001 "It's Over" Kurupt

References

External links

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