Everybody Loves Natti season 1 review – a show based on the Dominican singer/songwriter

By Jonathon Wilson
Published: November 19, 2021
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Amazon Prime reality series Everybody Loves Natti season 1
Natti Natasha


While not providing anything new to the reality genre, Everybody Loves Natti will please lovers of reality shows. Even if you’re unfamiliar with Natti Natasha, I recommend watching, even if it’s just to gain a fascinating insight into how Natti succeeds and fails within the music industry.

This review of the Amazon Prime reality series Everybody Loves Natti season 1 does not include spoilers.

Everybody Loves Natti follows the Dominican singer and songwriter Natalia Alexandra Gutiérrez Batista, better known as Natti Natasha. The reality show begins with a recap of how Natti made her breakthrough into the music industry, such as featuring on tracks such as Dutty Love. It then details the life-changing success she had with songs like Criminal and Sin Pijama. None of this would be possible, of course, without her manager turned husband, Raphy Pina.

Now for the first time in her extremely successful career, Natti invites audiences into her life. Throughout the six episodes, fans will experience Natti’s personal life. It features an in-depth look at her marriage and how she balanced her pregnancy whilst recording music. Interestingly, it also features an intimate outlook on her own fertility problems.

What makes Everybody Loves Natti stand out from other reality shows, such as KUWTK, is the music element. Instead, the show focuses on Natti’s music ambitions and what she hopes to achieve within her future music career. What will also please fans of Natti, the show heavily showcases Natti’s pregnancy journey. It’s refreshing, in comparison, to other reality shows instead of the usual crap that reality shows bore us with.

Although, on the other hand, Everybody Loves Natti still can become quite boring at times. Almost everybody knows these days that “reality tv” is now strictly “reality”. Audiences are stupid enough to believe everything at first glance, so there may be some moments that may raise questions. Plus, how many reality shows can be produced before people begin to lose the will to live?

Yet, Natti has a certain charm around her. I have a feeling that Everybody Loves Natti will be a surprise hit, and she’ll gain some new fans for it. Love it or hate it, this “real” insight into the life of Natti Natasha is, for the most part, entertaining. For many, they might not be familiar with Natti or her music. But after watching one or two episodes of the Amazon Prime show, they’ll soon be dancing away to her hits.

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