Nat Jay took her first steps in her parents’ music school and continues to land on her feet in the world of music today.
Her songs have been placed on networks around the world, including ABC, MTV, The CW, Freeform, Nickelodeon, CBC, Syfy, Showcase, and Lifetime. Her debut full-length, All I Think When I Wake Up, was nominated for Pop Album of the Year at the 2015 Western Canadian Music Awards, named in the Top 10 Pop Albums of 2014 on PopDose, and awarded $10,000 for the lead single "Can't Getcha Out," which was named Best of BC by Shore 104. In September 2015, she released a follow-up EP, Quiet Dreams, and was awarded second place in LG 104.3FM's VanCOVER contest for her cover of Sting's "Every Breath You Take." Nat Jay has earned a nomination for SOCAN Songwriter of the Year at the BCCMAs, found herself a featured songwriter at the Vancouver Folk Festival, and been a guest on CBC Radio 2’s “Canada Live.” In December 2016, she collaborated with electronic production duo, Cookie Cartel, to release the highly acclaimed EP, Stoke the Fire, which Exclaim! described as "what it might sound like if the Postal Service were to make a Christmas EP."