Ultimately, Furtado felt the trip hop style of the duo was "too segregated", and believed it did not represent her personality or allow her to showcase her vocal ability.Her performance attracted the attention of The Philosopher Kings singer Gerald Eaton, who then approached her to write with him.After graduating from Mount Douglas Secondary School in 1996, she moved to Toronto to reside with her sister Lisa Anne.
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In 2002, Furtado was the recipient of an International Achievement Award at the SOCAN Awards in Toronto for her song "I'm Like a Bird".
Furtado's second album, Folklore, was released in November 2003.
; born December 2, 1978) is a Canadian singer and songwriter.
Furtado first gained fame with her debut album Whoa, Nelly!
Furtado has sold over 40 million records worldwide, making her one of the most successful Canadian artists.
She has won several awards throughout her career including; one Grammy Award from seven nominations, one Latin Grammy Award, ten Juno Awards, one BRIT Award, one Billboard Music Award, one MTV Europe Music Award, one World Music Award and three Much Music Video Awards.
The material recorded during these sessions was shopped to record companies by her attorney Chris Taylor and led to her 1999 record deal with Dream Works Records, signed by A&R executive Beth Halper, partner of Garbage drummer and record producer Butch Vig.
Furtado's first single, "Party's Just Begun (Again)", was released that year on the Brokedown Palace: Music from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
In 2003 she released her second album Folklore and was preceded by the lead single "Powerless (Say What You Want)".
Furtado's third album Loose (2006) became her best selling album with 12 million copies sold worldwide.
Slant Magazine called the album "a delightful and refreshing antidote to the army of 'pop princesses' and rap-metal bands that had taken over popular music at the turn of the millennium".