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Under the name Macy Gray Natalie brought so far five studio albums, a live album and a compiled album.
- 2 discography
- 3 Filmography
- 4 awards and nominations
In 2001 won the Grammy Award for best female Gray contribution (Pop) for "I try", which also was nominated for the best song and best production of the year. She then went to work with Fatboy Slim (on Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars), The Black Eyed Peas and Slick Rick ("The World Is Yours" by the Rush Hour 2 soundtrack), as well as acting in Training Day. Gray was booed in 2001 because they forgot the text of the national anthem. Around that time was also released her new album The Id .Along with the bad timing (the attacks of 11 september had just occurred), the controversy for bad results of the album. In 2002 she was a to see himself in the Spider-Manfilm and she worked with Santana on his album Shaman. In 2003 she released her album The Trouble With Being Myself out.
|Album with any chart positions (and)
in the Dutch Album Top 100
|On how life is||1999||07-08-1999||28||49|
|The trouble with being myself||2003||03-05-2003||18||21|
|The very best of Macy Gray||2004||04-09-2004||50||4|
|Single with any chart positions (and)
in the Dutch Top 40
|Demons||2001||27-01-2001||39||2||with Fatboy Slim|
|Request & line||2001||03-02-2001||tip27||-||with The Black Eyed Peas|
|Sweet baby||2001||29-09-2001||40||2||with Erykah Badu|
|When I see you||2003||26-04-2003||tip18||-|
|Beauty In The World||2010||-|
- 2001 Spider-Man
- Training Day 2001
- 2003 Scary Movie
- Lakawanna Blues 2004
- 2004 Around the World in 80 Days
- 2005 The Crow: Wicked Prayer
- Shadowboxer 2005
- Domino 2005
- Idlewild Blues 2006
- Live in Las Vegas (30 August 2005)
- 1999 Grammy Awardnominations for Best Newcomer and Best female R & B artist ("Do Something").
- 1999 Soul Train Awardnomination for Best R & B/Soul Album (female) ("On How Life Is").
- 2000 WINS MTV Video Music Awards in the categories Best Newcomer ("I Try") and best cinematography ("Do Something").
- 2000 MTV Video Music Award nominations for Video of the year (female) ("I Try") and best Art Direction ("I Try").
- 2000 Grammy Award WINS for best female Pop artist ("I Try").
- 2000 Grammy Award nominations for record of the year and song of the year (both "I Try").
- 2000 American Music Awardnomination for Favorite Newcomer-Pop/Rock