A promising young and talent Filipina singer, Kitchie Nadal’s career is on the rise. Recently voted as Favorite Female Artist in a Video for "Fire" MTV Filipinas Music Video Awards 2006, Kitchie was formerly lent her voice as the lead singer for the alternative rock band, Mojofly.
Born as Anna Katrina Dumilon Nadal on 16 September 1980, she took to singing at a young age. After completing her schooling, Kitchie enrolled in De La Salle University-Manila for a double major in Education and Psychology. In fact, Kitchie left Mojofly so that she could complete her education and later on, she took on the path of a solo singer.
A double platinum debut album ensured that Kitchie’s voice would remain etched in the memories of her fans for long. This talented singer/songstress has also won numerous awards, and her popularity in the female OPM niche has paved the way for many guitar-wielding alternative rock genre singles. Kitchie has also proved that to be a successful rock singer, you do not have to go the way of sex, drugs, and alcohol!
Her self-titled solo album marked her debut and her single Huwag na Huwag Mong Sasabihin courted the people in such a way that everyone seemed to be in love with it. Not to mention it went on to top the charts. The album has since then sold over 60,000 copies.
It is true that while Kitchie leads a very demanding and exhausting life, she has stuck to her goals and achieved success at every juncture. There is a kind of fire in Kitchie that is difficult to fan out even by the nastiest critic of her music. This is nothing if not a spiritual blaze that has taken root in the very core of her being and it won’t fade anytime soon, maybe ever!
Mention of Kitchie’s music is incomplete without mentioning the awards she has won. Two Aliw Awards as the "Most Promising Entertainer" and "Best Female Concert Performer" and the 18th Awit Awards for the "Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist" and "Best Ballad” for the song she wrote/ composed and sang, the very compellingly "Wag na Wag Mong Sasabihin".